Jackson County Floridan

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Jackson County Floridan
Sunday paper issued from <1979-1985> as:
Sunday Floridan
Portion of title:
Jackson County Floridan
Place of Publication:
Marianna, Fla
Chipola Pub. Co.
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Daily (except Saturday and Monday)[<1979-1995>]
Weekly[ FORMER 1934-<1955>]
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Vol. 8, no. 13 (Sept. 7, 1934)-
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Malone sees

largest turnout yet

for Pecan Festival

The streets of downtown
Malone were filled Saturday for
the town's fifth annual Pecan
Festival. Visitors from all parts of
the county .and the tri-state area
gathered between Main and 11th
streets for the carnival-like
atmosphere and fun festivities.
Not even the overcast skies
deterred dedicated visitors.
Organizers Flora Beard, Dorothy
Mathis and Sally Gibson estimat-
ed this year's crowd at about
'3,000, which beat last year's
attendance by a thousand.
"This year's festival has been a
huge success. This is the biggest
crowd we've ever seen," Mathis
The day began with an early
morning pecan pancake breakfast
at 6 a.m. Many enjoyed the out-
side breakfast, across from City

Members of the Malone Bitty Club were busy throwing beads and
trinkets as well the occasional stuffed animal to the crowd lining the
Malone Pecan Festival Parade route Saturday. - Mark Skinner /

Children dive to scoop up candy thrown by a passing float at the
Malone Pecan Festival Parade Saturday. - Mark Skinner /

Hall on Main Street. Plates sold
for $5, with sausage and coffee

Following the breakfast was
the 10 a.m. parade, that traveled
down Main.Street with more than

100 groups participating. The
Malone Band, fire 'departments
from across the county, local
churches, the 98th Army band
from Fort Rucker in Alabama,
the National Peanut Festival
.Queen and Little Miss Peanut, as

well as other, beauty queens "and
the Jackson County Sheriff's
Office were among the many par-
The festival itself began
See PECAN, Page 11AO-

Chipola chef gives turkey advice sogs


Mark Panichela. culinary arts instructor t r ti e
at Chipola College. offered some safety and
quality utips for Thanksgi ing Da. cooks STAFF REPORT
who v.ant to bring a perfect turke) to the Jackson County School Board
Fitable, nd remots ;afe%. officials announced Thursday that
Thai nhud be a concern m t I : , o f Monday, Nov. 30, the school
That should i be a ctonern ire the ieri.. rto, p day at Golson Elementary School
t Uo it k .ha. Pani . hea sa, c th elrager will change. Classes will begin at
-Pay attention to eterwhere that bird 830a.m. as opposed to the prior 8tart.
goes in its ra" state." he said. "From the ilStudents may be dropped off at
t'ridge to the o'en." ,school at 7:30 a.m. and after, but
aWbhen stashing it in the icebox, make sure can no longer be left at school at 7
it's in the lot est part of the refrigerator and ate r a.m. The ending time for the school
that there's nothing unwrapped or read%-to- day will not be affected.
eat hittingg underneath it. The juices can drip d. .. . Principal DonWilson explained
and pose a salmonella danger, he arns, .-"the change was due in large part to
"I also put mine in a pan that's big .transportation issues with the coun-
enough to hold the bird in its original pack.- ty bus system. Another cause for
aging." Panichella said. 'That way. it's full> the change was out of compliance
contained while it's in there tha" ine." with union contracts. Prior to the
Panichella also warned against the idea change, teachers were going over

Wilson wants to assure parents
friendly environment. . placing it in the cook pan. stop and sanitjze "e a bleach solution in the ri�t con- that the children are not actually
After its thaned and read\ to prepare. the sink to present bacteria and cross-con- centraton.' he advised. "'Follo the direc- losing any classroom time,
there are other safety concerns to think tanmination as \ou tork % ith other loods uons on the container Cross contaminauon lunches and time in between class-
about. Washing the sink out %t ith plain old dish-
After rinsing the turkey. patting it dry and water isn't good enough, he said See TURKEY, Page 11A es.

Jackson County

Regional program provides free dental services unemployment

Students at Graceville Elementary had their
smiles brightened Friday after a visit from
"Smiles on Wheels," a Panhandle mobile
dental service providing low-income students
with free dental care.
These students, along with the 22,000 other
children in Jackson, Liberty, Calhoun,
Holmes and Washington counties, have
received more than 57,000 free dental visits.
These visits include exams, cleaning,
sealants and treatment. Nearly 38 percent of
the children treated are uninsured and are pro-
vided with the services for free.
Children who qualify for free lunch in pre-
kindergarten through third grade, and who are
residents of one of the five counties are eligi-
ble for the Smiles on Wheels program. A 40-
foot bus, equipped with two dental stations
and a dental staff, travels to elementary, Head
Start schools, child care centers to provide
on-site dental care.
"The goal is to make dentistry fun for the
kids, while also providing them with the edu-
cation needed for better dental hygiene and
overall health," dental hygienist Marcia
McDonald said.
The program was initiated in the spring of
2000 by a non-profit group of local physi-
See DENTAL, Page 11A -

Dentist Forest Bowen checks the teeth of a third grader at Graceville Elementary School
Friday during a visit by the Smiles on Wheels bus. - Mark Skinner / Floridan

inches up

The unemployment rate in
Jackson County remained
unchanged in October, although it
went up marginally in the other
four counties monitored by the
Chipola Regional Workforce
A news release from the work-
force board stated Jackson
County's rate of unemployment
remained unchanged, at 7.2 per-
cent, between September and
October. The county's unemploy-
ment rate had been dropping for the
past several months, but is still well
above the 5.4 percent recorded in
October last year.
Unemployment' rose from 8.4
percent to 8.5 percent in Calhoun
County over that same period,
according to the workforce board.
In Holmes County, it went from 7.3
percent to 7.5 percent: in Liberty
County, from 5.3 percent to 5.4
percent; and in Washington County
from 9.6 percent to 9.8 percent.
Florida's unemployment rate
rose to 11.2 percent in October, up
from 11.1 percent the month
before. Nationwide, October unem-
ployment was 10.2 percent.

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Partly cloudy and mild.

High - 690
Low - 430

Partly cloudy with a few
scattered showers:

-7 High - 72�
Low - 470

Partly cloudy and mild.

" High - 630
Low - 38�

Partly cloudy and cooler.

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Sunrise: 6:13 AM
Sunset: . 4:40 PM,
Moonrise: 10:52 AM
Moonset: 9:50 PM

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Publisher - Valeria Roberts
Managing Editor - Michael Becker
Circulation Manager - Dena Oberski

Contact Us
Telephone: (850) 526-3614
S FAX: (850) 482-4478
Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 520, Marianna, FL 32447
Street Address:
4403 Constitution Lane
Marianna, FL 32446
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damages arising out of errors and
advertisements beyond the amount
paid for the space actually occupied
by that portion of the advertise-
ments in which the error occurred,
whether such error, is due to the
negligence of the publisher's
employees or otherwise, and there
shall be not liability for non-inser-
tion of any advertisement beyond
the,amount paid for such advertise-
ment. This newspaper will not
knowingly accept or publish illegal
material of any kind. Advertising
which expresses preference based
on legally protected personal char-
acteristics is not acceptable. .
How to get your
news published
The Jackson County Floridan will
publish news of general interest free
of charge. Submit your news or
Community Calendar events via e-
mail, fax, mail, or hand delivery.
Fees may apply for wedding,
engagement, anniversary and birth
announcements. Forms are avail-
able at the Floridan offices.
Photographs must be of good qual-
ity and suitable for print. The
Floridan reserves the right to edit all

Getting it

The Jackson County
Floridan's policy is to cor-
rect mistakes promptly. To
report an error, please call
526-3614 Monday-Friday.

November 22 - Sunday'
* Bethel Star Missionary Baptist Church,
4134 Clay St. in Marianna, will have its
annual Thanksgiving dinner today. Call
* Chipola College's Chamber Chorus,
Rock and Jazz Ensemble, and Show Choir
invite the public to a Fall Festival of the
Arts in the Chipola Arts Center, at 2:30
p.m. This is a non-ticketed, free event. Call
718-2301 or e-mail'

November 23 - Monday .
* The Jackson Hospital Board of
Trustees Finance Committee meets, at 5
p.m. in the community room of the
Hudnall Building. The regular board meet-
ing follows.
* Alcoholics Anonymous has an open
meeting each Monday, from 8 to 9 p.m., at
the First United Methodist Church, 2901
Caledonia St., Marianna. Meet in the AA
* Today is the deadline for the Daughters
of the American Revolution American
History Essay Contest (grades 5-8) and
Christopher Columbus Essay Contest
(grades 9-12). For entry forms, call 209-
4066 or e-mail

November 25 - Wednesday
* The Iola Davis Missionary Society and
the Three Rivers Ministerial Association's
annual free Thanksgiving dinner and
clothes giveaway is 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. EST
at the Chattahoochee Recreation Center,
131 Oak St. Chattahoochee. Eat in or take
out. Call 850-663-4797.
* Alcoholics Anonymous has an open
meeting Wednesdays, noon'to 1 p.m., at
the First United Methodist Church, 2901
Caledonia St., Marianna. Meet in the AA

November 26 - Thursday
* St. Anne Catholic Church, 3009 Fifth
St. in Marianna, will serve Thanksgiving
dinner at noon.
* Alcoholics Anonymous meets
Thursday for a "closed discussion," 8 to
9 p.m., at the First .United Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna.
Meetin the AA room. Attendance is limit-
ed to persons with a desire to stop drink-

November 27 - Friday
* Celebrate Recovery hosts adult and
teen meetings to "overcome hurts, habits
and hang-ups in a safe environment,"
Friday at Evangel Worship Center, 2645
Pebble Hill Road. Dinner at 6 p.m. (free for
first-time.guests); meeting at 7 p.m. Child
care available. Call 209-7856 or 573-.1131.
*- Alcoholics Anonymous has an open
meeting Fridays, 8-9 p.m. at the First
United Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia
St., Marianna. Meet in the AA room.

November 28 - Saturday
* AmVets Post No. 231 in Fountain hosts
a Turkey Shoot each Saturday through
December at 1 p.m. $2 a shot; proceeds
benefit the post building fund. Call 722-
* Alcoholics Anonymous has an open
meeting Saturdays, 4:30 to 5:30 p.m., at
the First United Methodist Church, 2901
Caledonia St., Marianna. Meet in the AA
* Marianna's Gathering Place
Foundation hosts The Gathering Place for
Single Adults (50 and up), 6 p.m. every
fourth Saturday of the month at Jim's
Buffet and Grill, with music, activities and
speakers. Love offerings accepted; pro-
ceeds go to area . charitable
projects/organizations. Call 526-4561.

November 30 - Monday
* Alcoholics Anonymous has an open
meeting each Monday, from 8 to 9 p.m., at
the First United Methodist Church, 2901
Caledonia St., Marianna. Meet in the AA

December 1 - Tuesday
* St. Anne Thrift Shop Pre-Christmas
Clothing Sale, Dec. 1-17 - Buy one, get
second for half price. Hours: 9 a.m. - 1
p.m. Tuesday and Thursday; 4287 Second
Ave., Marianna.
* Optimist Club of Jackson County
meets every first and third Tuesday, at
noon, in . Jim's Buffet and Grill in
* Christine Gilbert teaches free quilting,
crocheting or knitting classes Tuesdays at
1 p.m. at the Jackson County Senior
Citizens center, 2931 Optimist Drive,
Marianna. Call 482-5028.
* Alcoholics Anonymous has an open
meeting Tuesdays, 8-9 p.m. at'the First
United Methodist Church, 2901 Caledonia
St., Marianna. Meet in the AA room.

December 2 - Wednesday
* Tips. for Tots, 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. at
Sonny's Real Pit Bar-B-Q, 2250 Highway
71 in Marianna. Local celebrities work to
raise money for the Jackson County
Christmas Fund. Call 526-7274.
* AA has an open meeting Wednesdays,
12-1 p.m. at the First United Methodist
Church, 2901 Caledonia St., Marianna.
Meet in the AA room.
* The Chipola Colleges First Generation
in College Scholarship application dead-
line for the Spring 2010 semester is 4 p.m.
at the Foundation Office. Four $1,000
*scholarships may be awarded to qualified
students. Applications are available in the
Foundation Office. Call 718-2445.


The Marianna Police
Department lists the fol-
lowing incidents for Nov.
19 and 20, the latest avail-
able reports- Three traffic
accidents, one abandoned
vehicle, four suspicious
persons, one information
report, four disturbances,
one armed robbery, five
burglar alarms, one larce-
ny, two civil disputes, one
trespassing complaint,
one loud noise/distur-
bance complaint, two dog
complaints, one retail
theft/shoplifting, three
agency assists, six public
service calls, one patrol
request, two warrants
served, 29 traffic stops,
one felony assault, two
911 hangups and one pur-

The Jackson County

Sheriff's Office lists the
following incidents for
Nov. 19 and 20., the latest
available reports: One
abandoned vehicle, nine
. a lar m s ,
-".'-- three animal
four agency
ICRI'ME assists, one
child cus-
tody incident, three civil
disputes, one criminal reg-
istration, one criminal
mischief/vandalism com-
plaint, four disturbances,
one drunk driver, 23 EMS
calls, two fires, one flim-
flam/con game report, one
funeral escort, three
harassment complaints,
one highway/road
obstruction, one hospice
death, five information
reports, one juvenile com-
plaint, three loud
noise/music complaints,
one miscellaneous escort,
one pedestrian/hitchhiker

complaint, one patrol
request, two prowler/
peeping tom reports, 14
public service calls, one
shooting in the area, one
suicide threat, seven sus-
picious incident/
person/vehicle com-
plaints, one theft of prop-
erty/services, one threat,
six traffic accidents, 27
traffic .stops, 10 prisoner
transports, three trespass-
ing reports, eight warrant
arrests and one 911

The following persons
were booked into the
county jail during the lat-
est reporting period:
-Charles Owens, 49,
5166 Zinc Drive,
Marianna, hold for
Calhoun County.
-Joseph Morton, 54,

3429 Wiloliver Road, vio-
lation of conditions of
probation (possession of
drug paraphernalia).
-Reginald Russ, . 37,
2778 Canie Road,
Campbcllton, worthless
-Melissa Kirk, 28, 862
Kenesaw Ave., Mariette,
Ga., fugitive from justice.
-Henry Paramore, 39,
54 McKeown Road,
Chattahoochee, violation
of conditions of probation
(battery-domestic vio-
-Michael Bryant, 20,
4435B Holly Drive;-,
Marianna, violation of
state probation (robbery
by sudden snatching).
-Michael Boyd, 30, 202
Golden Gate Drive,
Hampton, Va., fugitive
from justice.
-Antonio Butler, 24, 20
Magnolia Ave., Gretna,
hold for Gadsden County.

-James Sellers, 22,
27259 NW State Road 73,
' Alford, violation of state
-Malinda Self, 27, 2403
2nd Ave., Alford, viola-
tion of state probation.
-David Melanchuk, 22,
.1243 Apple Ave., Chipley,
fleeing or attempting to
elude, reckless driving.
-Khasim Stephenson,
35, 4501 Old Creek Road,
Orlando, hold for Broward
-Quinton Davis, 23, 28
Water St., Chattahoochee,
obstruction by disguise,
hold for Gadsden County.


To report a crime, call
CrimeStoppers at 526-
To report a wildlife vio-
lation, call 1-888-404-
FWCC (3922).

Panama City Low - 12:15 PM High - 12:45 AM
Apalachicola Low - 1:45 PM High - 10:45 PM
Port St. Joe Low - 1:00 PM High - 2:00 AM .
Destin Low - 2:15 PM High - 1:00 AM
Penrsacola Low - 1:00 PM . High - 1:30 AM

RIVER READINGS Reading Flood Stage
Woodruff 50.98 ft.. 66.0 ft.
Blountstown 15.50 ft. 15.0 ft.
Marianna 6.33 ft. 19.0 ft.
Caryville 7.69 ft. 12.0 ft.

Community Calendar

The submission deadlinefor this calendar is two days b�fore publication. E-mail editorial @jcfl.oridan. com.


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Shariah Ni'Yae David of
Marianna celebrated her
fourth birthday on Saturday,
Nov. 14, 2009.
Shariah is the daughter of
Mattie Hayes of Marianna,
and Robert David Jr. of
Aunts are Iman David of
Chipley; and Kenya Leonard
and Carla Houston of
Grandparents are Elaine
David of Chipley, and Robert
David of New Jersey; and
Freddie Mae and Booker T.
Collins Jr. of Marianna.
A "Dora the Explorer"
party was held Saturday, Nov.
14, 3 p.m. at the McLane
Community Center in


Shariah Ni'Yae David
Marianna. Her actual birthday
was Wednesday, Nov. 11.
Guests were given treat
bags and were served ham-
burgers, hot dogs, chicken,
ribs, baked beans, shrimp
pasta, cake and punch.
Shariah enjoyed all her
gifts, especially her two-layer
"Dora" cake.

Partners for Pets

The Partners for Pet's
staff and volunteers would
like to thank the communi-
ty for their support of the
pets. We have these fea-
tured pets and around fifty
more cats and dogs of vary-
ing ages, sizes and breeds,
available for adoption.
You can meet them for
yourself, at the shelter,
located at 4011
Maintenance Dr., in
Marianna. The facility is
open Mon.-Fri., 10 a.m.-3
p.m, and on Sat., 10 a.m-
1p.m. You may also call
482-4570 for more infor-
mation or visit www.part-

isa 14
old .

Photos by Mark Skinner / JCF

Jingles is
a four
old male
zer mix.


Dakota Shane Quick

Quick turns 4

Dakota Shane Quick of
Alford celebrated , his
fourth birthday on June
27, 2009.
He is the son of
Stephanie and Stephen
Smith of Alford; and
Shane Quick of Dothan,

. Ala. Grandparents are
Billy and Shirley Peacock
of Alford; and Sam and
Lisa Smith of Lynn
Haven. A "Lightning
McQueen" party was held
on Saturday at home with
family and friends.

Jackson County Floridan * Sunday, November 22, 2009 - 3A

Swain celebrates first

Yakez De'Quavius
Lee Swain of
Marianna celebrates
his first birthday on
Nov. 26, 2009.
Yakez is the son of
Temeka Oliver of
Marianna, and Leroy
Swain III of Chipley.
Grandparents are
Betty Blanks and the
late Tim Oliver of
Marianna; and Elaine
Slack and the late
Leroy Swain of
A party is planned
for Nov. 28, at noon in
Greenwood Park.

Yakez De'Quavius Lee Swain

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anniversary announcements
are published in the Sunday edi-
tion of the Jackson County
Floridan. E-mail your photo and
the relevant information to edi-
Submit announcements at
least two weeks before your
desired publication date.
Announcements are $.75 pe.r
column line. All announcements
must be paid for before they
run. Cash, checks or credit
cards are accepted in the office.
Credit cards are also accepted
by phone or e-mail. The dead-
line to proof and pay is 5 p.m.


on the Thursday prior to publi-
cation date. Announcements
will appear once.
Celebrating 50, 65 or more
years of marriage? We'll publish
it for free. For other anniversary
years, the above rates apply.
Birthdays for children 12 and
under are published for free. For
other ages, the above rates
Birth announcements are
published for free.
Questions? Call 526-3614 or
' e-mail


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4A - Sunday, November 22, 2009 * Jackson County Floridan



Managing Editor: Michael Becker

Our Opinion

That time

of year

Christmas just keeps coming earlier
each year.
For those of us older to remember,
there was a time when people didn't
dare hang their Christmas decorations
until Dec. 1; merchants didn't begin
their ad campaigns until after that
date. Even the networks refused to air
their Christmas specials before the
first of December.
But slowly, almost inexorably, we
started seeing "holiday creep." It soon
became acceptable to kick off the fes-
tivities after Thanksgiving. Then, it
moved up again - some now believe
that once Halloween is over, the
Christmas season begins.
No doubt, part of this is an effort by
businesses to drum up more sales. But
it also contributes to the growing disil-
lusionment with the holidays, as peo-
ple complain the whole thing has
become too commercialized.
But if that weren't bad enough, it
appears the holidays are becoming
politicized, as well.
During a time of the year when
we're supposed to be of good cheer,
with goodwill to all men, some have
launched a campaign to get people to
stop referring to it as anything but
First, look at the etymology of the
word "holiday." It's from the Old and
Middle English words for "holy day"
- certainly an appropriate way to
refer to Christmas.
Second, the phrase "holiday season"
is not some sort of slight to Christmas.
It refers to that six-week period at the
end of each year when Americans
commemorate a number of holidays
- Thanksgiving, Christmas,
Hannukah, Kwanzaa and the new
It would be nice if we could take the
commercialism and the politics out of
Christmas, and just let Christmas be.
what it is.


Florida Legislature
Rep. Marti Coley, R-District 7
Capitol office
319 The Capitol
402 South Monroe St.
Tallahassee, FL 32399-1300
(850) 488-2873
District office
Building L, Room 108 Chipola College
3094 Indian Circle
Marianna, FL 32446-1701
(850) 718-0047
Sen. Al Lawson Jr. D-District 6
Tallahassee office
228 Senate Office Building
404 South Monroe St.
Tallahassee, FL 32399-1100
(850) 487-5004

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Donations shouldn't
be unwanted 'junk'
Dear editor,
I want to express my per-
sonal opinion to you and
your readers about a subject
regarding donations to local
thrift stores: Goodwill,
Habitat, Chipola Family
Ministries, ChristTown
Bargain Center, and Catholic
Thrift Store, to name a few.
I sometimes shop these
stores. I also donate items to
them because it is for a good
When I donate clothes, for
example, I closely examine
the articles to make sure that
it is not torn, not stained, has
no broken zippers, no miss-
ing buttons and is not com-
ing unhemmed.
Wouldn't it be nice if
everyone did the same?
Yet I have noticed on sev-
eral occasions where some-
one has donated their

unwanted items, items which
should have been discarded
or cut up to make old rags.
And the shoes and acces-
sories are no better. I get
home with my store-bought
items and notice flaws in
them. You could say I should
have examined the items
before buying them; howev-
er, I shouldn't have to.
Why do people donate
their "trash" - unwanted
items they would not wear -
to charitable thrift stores?
In the true spirit of giving,
you should give your best,
not your worst items. I am
sure that others would great-
ly appreciate it.
Carla Raines

Residents should
keep county clean
Dear editor,
One of the first things we

learn, as children is to clean up
after ourselves. Unfortunately,
it seems far too many residents,
in Marianna and Jackson
County have forgotten this
basic lesson.
Our roadways are teeming
with litter, and it is a,blemish
on our community. Even when
the county cleans up the ciga-
rette butts, fast food containers,
plastic bags and assorted
garbage, it is back the next day.
Where is the sense of pride
and personal responsibility'? I
seriously doubt the culprits
would treat their own homes
and yards this way, yet they
think nothing of fouling our
shared streets and roads - all
because they can't be bothered
to put their litter in the nearest
garbage can.
It's a sad day when people
don't care enough about their
communities, or their fellow
citizens, to keep the streets
clean. Perhaps a crackdown,
complete with some hefty fines,
is in order.

Tony Comerford
JCFR ambulance
crews are pros
Dear editor,
I want to thank the members
of the Jackson County Fire
Rescue ambulance for their.
quick response and kind treat-
ment of my father, father-in-
law and mother-in-law.
I called 911 for an ambu-
lance for my father in
December 2004, my father-in-
law in July 2009 and my
mother-in-law this month. All
three calls were answered
promptly, and with much com-
passion for the elderly patients.
I know it is a thankless job
many times, but this is one
family who appreciates the
fact that you were there when
'we needed you. Keep up the
good work.
Eddy Penn ington
Tro.', Ala.


Florida Legislature
Rep. Brad Drake, R-District 5
Capitol office
313 House Office Building
402 South Monroe St.
Tallahassee, FL 32399-1300
(850) 488-4726
District office
NWFL State-Chautauqua Campus #205

908 U.S. Highway 90 West
DeFuniak Springs, FL 32433-1436
(850) 892-8431
U.S. Congress
Rep. Allen Boyd, D-2nd District
Washington, D.C. office
1227 Longworth HOB
Washington, DC 20515

(202) 225-5235
Tallahassee office
1650 Summit Lake Drive, Suite 103
Tallahassee, FL 32317
(850) 561-3979
Panama City office
30 W. Government St., Suite 203
Panama City, FL 32401
(850) 785-0812


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Graceville church

offers free tutoring

Mt. Calvary Holiness
Church is offering free
tutoring sessions to Jackson
County students in grades

kindergarten through six.
The sessions will be 4:30 to
6:30 p.m. The church is
located on' Highway 2 in
Graceville. For more infor-
mation, call 263-2810.

MHS students attend

USM symposium

Students from Marianna
High School Band left
Friday, Nov. 6, to attend the
University of Southern
Mississippi's third annual
Symposium held Nov. 7.
The clinicians were Dr.
Richard Perry, associate
professor of tuba and
euphonium at USM, the
USM Tuba-Euphonium
Ensemble, and special
guest artist, Dr. J. Michael
Dunn, assistant professor of
the tuba and euphonium at
the University of Colorado.
The symposium is
designed for tuba and
"euphonium (baritone) play-
ers interested in improving
their musicianship.
Students learned different
breathing techniques,
notes, music and scales.
After a day of clinics,
students participated in a
finale concert, performing

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music they learned during
the clinics. There were also
performances by Perry and
Dunn, the USM Tuba-
Euphonium- Ensemble and
the Massed Tuba-
Euphonium Ensemble. The
students returned Sunday
Marianna students
attending included tuba
players Jeffrey Edenfield,
Levin Berry, Pete Smith
and Draylon Toombs; and
euphonium players Duante'
Smith, Trey Holmes,
Jonathan Henderson and
Lauren Vila.


Jackson County Floridan * Sunday, November 22, 2009 - 5k

Much to be thankful for

This is
my favorite
time of the
year. If you
love sports
as I do, you
can't beat
this time of the year. The
New York Yankees just fin-
ished winning the World
Series; but football, basket-
ball, hockey and racing will
be on our televisions and
radios for a while.
Another reason I love
this time of the year is the
awesome weather. If that's
not enough, it's the time
many of us look forward to
spending time with our
extended family and close
friends for the holidays.
Some of our biggest holi-
days are observed during
this time of the year.
Recently, during the
observance by some of the
Halloween season, I
noticed quite a bit
motional activities leading
up to Oct. 31. Halloween
seems to be increasing in
popularity each year.
Businesses are enjoying the
financial rewards they
receive as a result of
Halloween. In the past,
some of our churches
frowned on" Halloween
(some still do); but lately
some of them have found
various ways to -mark
Halloween. One of the
good things they are doing
is scheduling fun events
that keep our children at
safe locations instead of
allowing them to go "trick
or treating" on some of our
dangerous streets.

In a strange way,-some
of our churches are still
observing Halloween, a
holiday that wasn't looked
upon in a positive way in
the past. I guess each per-
son has to let his or her
conscience be their guide.
We are now approaching
the Thanksgiving holiday.
For some reason,
Thanksgiving does not
receive all of the promo-
tional attention Halloween,
Christmas and Easter
receive. Maybe. the finan-
cial gains made by selling
costumes, candy and a
large. variety of other prod-
ucts during Halloween,
Christmas and Easter make
Thanksgiving an unimpor-
tant event to businesses and
individuals out to make a
great deal of money.
We should all be excited
about Thanksgiving,
because .we have much' to
be thankful for. If you are
able to read this column,
you should be thankful for
the blessing of life and the
ability to read and see.


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during other holidays, the
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for His blessings make,
Thanksgiving an awesome,
By the way, do not take
chances when it comes to
your meal. Make sure you
assign the major dishes to
the best and most proven
cooks in the family.
For most of our citizens,
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exciting holiday of the year
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gifts, large or small; is spe-
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huge profits received by the
business' community are
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friends will be appreciated
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these tough times. After all,
holidays should be a time
of fun, good food, peace of
mind and family enjoy-
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days, get rid of the stress
and drama that is often a'
part. of everyday life. The
good thing about holidays
is that when one is over,
another will soon be on the
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world, it's exciting to look
forward to spending quality
time with extended family
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American Legion Auxiliary 241

hosts Halloween Open House
The American Legion
Auxiliary Unit 241 in Snead
hosted a Hallo' een Open
House on Oct 31.
Approximately 3.()((- inck-
or-treaters turned ourt for the
event, which organizers called
a "screaming success " The
kids got punch, and a bagged
snack as well as a bag o.
candy. Members helping with
the event were France C0loud..
Minnie Walden, Ailn
Shepard, Faye Walden, Be
Miles, Martha Jones. i'
Mae Segrest and junior mern- ..
bers Emily Wray, Nfelissa
Wray and Lee ionnaire Auxiliary members Ann Sheperd, Faye Walden,
George Segrest. Martha Jones and Eula Mae Segrest get into the spirit'
of the event by dressing up along with the kids. -
Contributed Photo

Trick-or-treaters pick , up
goodies at the Halloween
Open House hosted 'by
American Legion
Auxiliary 241 in Sneads.
- Contributed Photo

American Legion

Auxiliary 241 hosts

Veterans Day meal

The American Legion-
Auxiliary Unit 241 held a
luncheon for area veterans,
on- Saturday, Nv. ,7 'at the
Legion Post in Sneads.
Members of the auxiliary
cooked and served the meal.
Gift bags were given to all
who attended, and door
prizes were awarded every
�15 minutes.
Approximately 75 veter-
ans and guests attended.
Organizers described the
event as a time of good fel-
lowship and good food. For
some it was something of a
reunion with old friends
who hadn't seen each other
in a long time.
Auxiliary, members ho
prepared .food are Eaye
Walden, Ann Shepard,
Kaye Brown, Iris Walden,

Frances Cloud, Lucille
Arnold,, Elaine Burch,
Jordanna Burch, April
Walden, Martha Jones,
Minnie Walden, ...Betty
Miles, Barbara Camp,
Kassi Roberts, Betty
Lipford, Eula Mae Segrest
and Junior members Emily
Wray and Melissa Wray.
Also assisting were
Legionnaires Glen Edwards
and George Segrest.
The Auxiliary's main
functions are to support vet-
erans and their families, as
well as young people of the
The auxiliary meets the
last Thursday of each
month, with a fellowship
period with post members
at 6:30 p.m.prior to the 7
p.m. meeting.

Members of the American Legion Auxiliary Unit 241
gather before their Veterans luncheon at the American
Legion Post in Sneads. Seated, left to right, are Martha
Jones, Minnie Walden, Lucille Arnold and Eula Mae
Segrest. Standing, left to right, Iris Walden, Emily
Wr6y, Melissa Wray, Faye Walden, Ann Shepard,
Barbara Camp, Kaye Brown, Jordanna Birch, Frances
Cloud and Betty Miles. - Contributed Photo.

Veterans and American Legion Post 241 members
George Segrest, Glen Edwards and Ralph Camp enjoy
fellowship at the Veterans Day luncheon. -
Contributed Photo .. eF
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".' "Waldon, Ann
Shepard, .and
Betty Miles
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the door
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out at the
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MHS 1978 plans

class birthday bash

Members of the Marianna High School
Class of 1978 are now planning the class
50th Birthday Party Weekend Bash, for
classmates who will be 50 in or around
2010. Fellow classmates interested in partic-
ipating are asked to contact a committee

member: Glendora Brunson-Thomas, 850-
271-1207, � 850-381-5137,; Candi "Deloris"
Maxwell, 850-997-3258, 850-322-4850,; Terri Wikle-
German, 334-237-1703,
terrigerman@yahoo~com; or Dennis W.
Brown, 803-338-8835.

Covenant Hospice celebrates

life with 'Tree of Lights'

Covenant Hospice invites
bereaved hospice families, as
well as community members
who have endured the loss of
a loved one, to attend the
Tree of Lights - A
Celebration of Life ceremony
Thursday, Dec. 3, 6 p.m. at
the Evapgel Worship Center,
located at 2645 Pebble Hill
Road in Marianna. This

evening of ,celebration and
remembrance includes an
inspirational message, candle
lighting, selected readings
and holiday music. A recep-
tion with refreshments will
immediately follow. There is
no charge to attend.
Participating in the Tree of
Lights is a meaningful way to
remember or honor a loved
one. During the ceremony,
loved ones will be personally

recognized. The community
is invited to celebrate the hol-
idays with Covenant'
Hospice, and remember fam-
ily and friends lost this. year.
All donations benefit
Covenant Hospice to contin-
ue iis care for patients and
loved ones facing end-of-hfe
For more information, call
January McKeithan or
Jennifer Griffin at 482-8520.

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JAS helps the community

Jackson Alternative School came together this month to help the community. The
students and staff donated non-perishable food items that they collected over the
last two weeks to the St. Luke's Episcopal Church Food Pantry. Students learned
that it's more blessed to give than receive. It also taught them that everyone could
give a helping hand to members in their community. - Contributed Photo


Marianna Orthopedic Clinic and Jackson Hospital team up to welcome our
new Orthopedist and Sports Medicine Specialist, starting in practice on
November 9,2009..

A board-certified and fellowship-trained orthopedic surgeon, Dr. Bleday is accepting
referrals for sports medicine and arthroscopic surgery, joint replacement, shoulder surgery,
and hand and foot surgery.

Dr. Bleday will reside in Marianna, and he has joined the Medical Staff of Jackson Hospital.

He is a Dartmouth-trained medical doctor, who completed his orthopedic residency at Penn
State Geisinger Medical Center, and served a Sports Medicine Fellowship. He is aFellow of
the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons, American College of Sports Medicine,
American College of Foot & Ankle Surgeons, certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist,
NSCA, and Diplomat of the American College of Foot & Ankle Surgeons and the American
Board of Orthopedic Surgery. '

To schedule an appointment, call (850) 526-3236 or visit
Marianna Orthopedic Clinic and Sports Medicine
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8A - Sunday, November 22, 2009 * Jackson County Floridan


Feds bust Palm Beach County drug ring

Federal authorities broke up a
Palm Beach County trafficking
ring that piped more than 175,000
oxycodone tablets from South
Florida pain clinics to the
Appalachian Mountains. It was
the largest such prescription drug-
selling operation yet dismantled,
according to federal court docu-
ments and three sources with
knowledge of the investigation.
"Pills are becoming probably
the number one problem in our
area, and 99 percent of them are
coming from Florida," said one
federal source, based in

Tennessee, who spoke on condi-
tion of anonymity because she
wasn't authorized to talk about the
case. "You guys in Florida are
killing us up here."
At least 20 people were indicted
on drug selling charges in the
alleged scheme, which spanned
from January 2006 to Oct. 14 -
including 10 people from Palm
Beach County and two from
Broward - according to court
documents partially unsealed
Thursday in West Palm Beach. '
The documents were filed on
the same 'day a Broward County
grand jury issued a report on the
spread of pill mills in South
Florida - a report that blasted
loopholes in state law that allowed

drug dealers and addicts "to
obtain enormous quantities of pre-
scriptions drugs."
. Among those facing charges in
the oxycodone trafficking opera-
tion are Nicholas F. Raffa, 29, of
Royal Palm Beach; Silas Nelson,
25, of West Palm Beach; and
Joseph S. Hearn, 35, of West Palm
The trio, along with others, net-
ted at least $5 million selling
painkillers in Tennessee,
Kentucky, West Virginia, Virginia
and North Carolina, court docu-
ments allege.
The trafficking case against
them began as a probe by the Palm
Beach County Sheriff's Office but
quickly expanded to a collabora-

tive effort with the U.S. Drug
Enforcement Administration.
Led by Raffa, the ring paid doc-
tor-shoppers to visit four or five
pain clinics per day in Palm Beach
and Broward counties. Members
of the ring also would visit clinics.
They then would ship thou-
sands of pills at a time, packing
them in cars or .mailing them via
Federal Express, to Tennessee and
other states.
The ring frequented at least five *
Palm Beach and Broward pain
clinics and relied on multiple doc-
tors. It also acquired about 15,000
pills from a non-doctor supplier,
an aspect still under investigation,
a source said.
In all, the ring distributed at

least 190,000 oxycodone tablets
in five states during a three-year
period, the source said.
The investigation into Reffa's
ring was unrelated to Operation
Flamingo Road, which netted 518
arrests last month in the largest
drug sweep in Kentucky history.
That operation also focused on
dealers who import prescription
drugs from South Florida pain
By Monday, Raffa and the other
Palm Beach County members of
the alleged drug ring are expected
to have appeared in court, and
authorities will make arrange-
ments to move them to Tennessee.
They'll be tried there in U.S.
District Court.

St. Petersburg Marine

rescues Iraqi dog

Just two years ago, he was a
no-name cur with cutoff ears
scrounging for scraps in the
Now, Nubs is barking up
his new book with the
national media, getting belly
rubs from celebrities like
Sharon and Ozzy Osbourne,
and taking up couch space
with appearances on the
"Today" show" and "The
Tonight Show with Conan
O'Brien." There's talk of a
movie deal, too. Nubs is lap-
ping up all the attention.
"I keep telling him he's
going to get a big head,"
says Maj. Brian Dennis, the
career Marine from St.
Petersburg who rescued the
German shepherd mix from
Iraq. "Really, though, he's
handling it like a pro. He's
definitely on board for the
There's never been a
doubt about that.
Dennis and Nubs' tale of
resilience and loyalty is now
a new children's book,
"Nubs: The True Story of a
Mutt, a Marine & a
Miracle." How Nubs
evolved from a feral dog of
war to a faithful companion
now living with Dennis in
San Diego is chronicled
through photos taken by the
Marine and e-mails to
friends and family'.
In a recent edition of
"People," the two were pro-
filed in the .magazine's
"Heroes Among Us" fea-
ture. In December, Reader's
Digest will publish their
story. They're included in
the documentary "No Dog
Left Behind" premiering on
the Military Channel.
"I think people are
intrigued because there are
so many powerful lessons to
be learned here," Dennis
said. "Starting with doing a
simple act of kindness, and
see how it is repaid. And
how to overcome adversity
in the worst of situations."
Man and dog met during a
chance encounter in October
2007 on the Iraq-Syria bor-
der, where Dennis led an 11-

Maj. Brian Dennis has a laugh as Nubs, a German shep-
herd-mix, comes over to shake his hand, in St. Petersburg,
Fila. Maj. Brian Dennis, the career Marine from St.
Petersburg rescued the German shepherd mix from Iraq.
- AP Photo/The Tampa Tribune, Jason Behnken

man U.S. Marine counterin-
surgency force. Troops in
the region are accustomed to
seeing wild dogs living on
desert rats and scraps left by
Iraqi soldiers stationed at the
fort. But there was some-
thing different about this
one, apparently the alpha in
the pack.
His ears had been crudely
hacked off, presumably to.
make him a "dog of war."
He and Dennis, who dubbed
him Nubs, took to each
other almost immediately.
They shared a meal of
spaghetti, Cajun beans and
rice, polishing it off with a
strawberry Pop-Tart.
It's against military rules
for active personnel to
befriend found animals. It
can be dangerous and dis-
tracting, especially in
wartime. But Nubs didn't

follow the rules. He insisted
on hanging around, joining
Dennis. on nighttime guard
duty and serving as mascot-
protector of the unit.
When the soldiers left for
temporary encampments,
Nubs always awaited their
return. But when the patrol
transferred to an outpost 70
miles away, Dennis was
convinced it was the last he
would see of his buddy. He
watched what he thought
was his last glimpse of his
loyal companion running
behind the Humvee until the
dog collapsed, exhausted
and alone.
Two days later, Nubs
limped into the new outpost.
He'd been attacked by other
animals, dogs or wolves
judging from the bite marks,
and he'd made his journey in
subfreezing temperatures.'


The Marianna City Commission will conduct a public hearing on De-
cember 1, 2009 at 6:00 p.m., in the City Commission Chamber located
at 2897 Jefferson Street, Marianna, Florida to consider the adoption of
the following Ordinance:

Ordinance 984: An Ordinance Amending Ordinance 812, which adopt-
ed the City of Marianna Comprehensive Plan, to provide for the adop-
tion of a certain Small Scale Future Land Use Map Amendment (SSA
09-01) to the City of Marianna Comprehensive Plan

For the following described property:

Jackson County Chamber of Commerce: The parcel is approximately
0.5 acres in size and is located on the west side of Russ Street within the
City of Marianna. The current land use designation is Residential, and
the proposed land use designation is Mixed Use.

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Interested parties are encouraged to attend the meeting. Copies of the
request may be viewed in the City of Marianna Municipal Development
Department located at 2897 Jefferson Street, Marianna, Florida during
regular business hours or by calling (850) 482-2786.


The Marianna City Commission will conduct a
public hearing on December 1,2009 at 6:00 p.m.,
in the City Commission Chambers located at 2897
Jefferson Street, Marianna, Florida to consider the
Transmittal and Adoption of the following Ordinance
to the Florida Department of Community Affairs:

Ordinance 986:
An Ordinance Amending Ordinance 812, which
adopted the City of Marianna Comprehensive
Plan, to provide for the consideration of
transmittal and adoption of a certain Large'
Scale Amendment (LSA 09-02) to the City of
Marianna Comprehensive Plan to revise and
update the existing capital improvements
element in accordance with Chapter 163,
Florida Statutes; Providing a severability clause
and for repealer; and Providing for an
effective date.

Interested parties are encouraged to attend
the meeting. More information can be obtained
and the proposed changes may be inspected at the
City of Marianna Municipal Development
Department located in City Hall, 2897 Jefferson
Street, Marianna, Florida (telephone 850-482-
2786). Persons wishing to comment may do so in
person at the public hearing or in writing to the City
of Marianna Municipal Development Department.

If a person desires to appeal a decision made by
the City Commission with respect to any matter,
that person will need to ensure that a verbatim
record of the proceedings is made which record
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The Marianna City Commission will conduct a public hearing on December
1, 2009 at 6:00 p.m., in the City Commission Chamber located at 2897 Jef-
ferson Street, Marianna, Florida to consider the adoption of the following Or-

Ordinance 985: An Ordinance Amending Ordinance 815, which adopted
the City of Marianna Land Development Regulations, Ordinance 972, which
amended the City of Marianna Land Development regulations to provide for a
land use district change to the adopted Land Use District Map (Zoning Map)
of the City of Marianna, Florida

For the following described property:
mately 0.57 acres in size and is located on the west side of Russ Street within
the City of Marianna. The current zoning designation is R-2 and the proposed
zoning designation is Mixed Use.

If a person desires to appeal a decision made by the City Commission with
respect to any matter, that person will need to ensure that a verbatim record
of the proceedings is made which record includes the testimony and evidence
upon which the appeal is to be based.

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may bhe viewed in the City of Marianna Municipal Development Department
located at 2897 Jefferson Street, Marianna, Florida during regular business
hours or by 'calling (850) 482-2786.


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Pecan Continued From Page 1A

promptly after the parade, around 11 a.m. barbecue, smoked ribs, hamburgers and hot- slide down the large inflatable slide or try to get
Events were held on and around Main Street, dogs, as well as fried fish. their parents to buy treats from the baked goods
with bluegrass band Pure and Simple headlin- The many dessert tables, as well as tradition- tables.
ing the day's entertainment. On a flat-bed truck al pecan vendors were among the other popular People everywhere were looking for the
in front of city hall, the band sang bluegrass and food concessionaires. . almost hidden homemade pecan pie stand, to
gospel songs for an appreciative and enthusias- Many locals set up booths for arts and crafts, save themselves the trouble of trying to repli-
tic crowd. clothes, Christmas d6cor and other assorted cate the delicious treat for the Thanksgiving
The North Florida Band, which plays gospel, items. Among the most popular items were the holiday. The pies were available for $6 each and
bluegrass and country, was another featured sugar cane stalks being sold, as well as the col- sold well.
group that performed. lege souvenirs. Pecan-lovers enjoyed the sight of The Pecan
"My favorite part was the wonderful music," Vendors seized the opportunity to make their House on Main Street, where they witnessed
Malone resident Roberta Coon said. "I'm so specialties .available for visitors to enjoy, for the the stack of pecan bags from floor to ceiling
glad the weather held up and allowed us to bargain price of $30 per booth without electric- that were available for $7 per pound.
come together and enjoy each others' compa- ity, or $35 with electricity. All was made possible by the sponsors, the
ny." Children ran rampant, weaving in and out of Malone Joy Club, as well as the financial sup-
The air was filled with the various smells of the crowds to play games, enjoy pony rides, port of the Tourism Development Council.

Turkey Continued From Page 1A

is a big issue this time of year, and stemmed thermometer you can use and a half-cup of brown sugar to Check it periodically after about
most home kitchens aren't really to check the turkey's internal tem- help with the curing process. an hour, and every 15 minutes after
designed for the amount of food perature. Panichella advises Those can simply be stirred togeth- the internal temperature reaches or
and all the different foods that are against relying, on the pop-up er or boiled for a smoother consis- gets cl9se to 140 degrees.
being prepared. Dish soap cleans device that comes with the turkey. tency, he said. After the mixture Panichella also talked about
but doesn't sanitize, and sanitizing Insert the thermometer in the cools thoroughly, the bird can be some basics for those who want to
the work space is crucial. It should thickest part of the thigh, being completely submerged in the liq- fry their birds. Although he's never
be used on every surface and careful not to touch bone. The tem- uid. Keep the turkey in the refrig- done it himself, he's familiar with
implement the raw bird has perature should read 170 degrees erator, with a plate or other flat sur- some basics.
touched before that surface is used when the meat is done and safe to face on the top of the contents to "Make sure it's thawed out com-
for other foods." eat. ensure that the turkey stays under. pletely before you start, make sure
That includes cutting boards and With those safety essentials in Brined turkeys, he said, cook in it's dry, and test how much oil to
knifes, he said.' place, Panichella said cooks can half the normal time, and don't use," he said. "To do this, put the
There are two pieces of advice to then turn their attention to the art loose much moisture in the turkey in the pot, fill it with water
consider when it comes time to of a cooking a perfect turkey. process. A brined bird also doesn't until it's covered, then take the
cook the bird. He said there are three major need much salt in the post-brining turkey out to see how much oil
Panichella advises against stuff- mistakes people have likely made seasoning process. you're going to need to use. Too
ing the turkey. The time-honored if they turn out a bird that's tough, Make sure to truss the bird, to much, and you could have a prob-
tradition is falling more and more too dry or otherwise not very tasty. ensure evenness of cooking and a lem."
out of favor, and Panichella knows "They have the oven too hot and more pleasing appearance when Larger turkeys should be fried at,
why. The stuffing acts as an insula- cook it too long, or open and close the bird reaches the table. about 325 degrees, the same tem-
tor, he explained, making it diffi- the oven door a lot," he said. Panichella said the rest of the perature as for. roasting, but slight-
cult to get the bird hot enough to Regardless of size, turkeys process is a matter of preference. ly lower if the bird is especially
kill the salmonella that's associat- should be roasted at about 325 Some people wrap their turkeys in small. It should come out of the oil
ed with turkey. degrees, he said, and cooked until aluminum foil, or use roasting when the internal temperature is
He recommends cooking the the internal temperature reads 170. bags. Panichella said ;hat was his 170 degrees at the thickest part of
dressing in a pan, with chicken He offered an additional tip. preferred method until he started the thigh. He doesn't recommend-
necks and giblets which have been "The most tender turkey comes brining. Now, he simply roasts his ing brining if you're frying.
simmered. Those will help give it from being brined, or soaked in a turkey, sans bag, because a bag For those who plan to roast a
the flavor lost by not being stuffed saltwater solution after they've tends to create a steaming effect breast only, rather than a whole
inside the.bird. thawed," he said. that doesn't help produce a crispier bird, Panichella recommends lard-
Another key to safely cooking Overnight brining is good for texture. ing it - placing raw bacon or
the turkey, he said, is an affordable smaller birds, and for larger ones, Whatever roasting method is strips of fatback on the thickest
and very important one. up to two days. used, make sure the bird is on a part of the meat'as it cooks. This
Buy an inexpensive, readily The brine recipe is one gallon of rack or elevated off the pan as it will help keep it moist and flavor-
available instant-read, bi-metallic cold water, one cup of kosher salt, cooks. ful.

Dental Continued From Page 1A

cians and hospitals called the Panhandle Area
Health Network, which recognized the need for
such a service.
According to a report from Jackson County
Health Department, the federal government
identified this region as a critical area in need of
assistance to low-income children, due to its
number of teenage mothers and persons with
incomes below the poverty level.
PAHN's efforts were recognized, and a grant
was provided by the federal office of Health
Resources and Services Administration in order
to address the lack of dental service provided to
low-income children.

The grant was given with the intention that
the program would be 90 percent self-sufficient
within three years. The program surpassed
expectations by fully funding itself within the
first 15 months of operation. Funding for the
program in its entirety is covered by Medicaid.
Smiles on Wheels rolled out in March 2002
and has since served students in more than 20
area elementary and Head Start schools. All this
has been accomplished with a staff of five full-
time employees and the help of many school
"We all rest a little easier at night knowing
that we were given the opportunity to make a

difference in the lives of children within our
community and others in the region," program
manager Jan Horne said.
"However, the success of this program is in
large part due to the teachers and faculty of all
our schools. They are always so helpful and just
as enthusiastic about the needs of their students
as we are."
With just 180 school days a year, Smiles on
Wheels divides its time by size of school and
sees as many children as possible. In past sum-
mers, the program has also provided dental
services to migrant children programs in
Gadsden County.


Marianna Chapel
Funeral Home
3960 Lafayette St
Marianna, FL 32446

Judy Amanda

Judy Amanda Dalafave,
53, of Malone passed away
Wednesday, Nov. 18, 2009,
at Bay Medical Center, fol-
lowing and extended ill-
The service for Mrs.
Dalafave will be 2 p.m.
Sunday, Nov. 22, in the
Marianna Chapel Funeral
Home, with the Rev. Allen
Biggs officiating.
Visitation, will be one
hour prior to the service.
Marianna Chapel Funer-
al Home is in charge of ar-
Expressions of sympathy
may be submitted online at
Marianna Chapel
Funeral Home
3960 Lafayette St
Marianna, FL 32446

"Carol" Bailey
Patricia "Carol" Bailey
Woods, 65, of Compass
Lake passed away Friday,
Nov. 20, 2009, at her resist
dence. She was a member
of the Baptist church.
Carol loved her children
and grandchildren, and en-
joyed sewing, fishing and
her flowers.
Survivors includeher hus-
band, Elbert Woods of
Compass Lake; three sons,
John Woods of Austin,
Texas, John Melvin and
wife Lolita, and James Mel-
vin and wife Denise, all of
Compass Lake; three
daughters, Molly Irons and
husband Bill, of Compass
Lake, Diane Hyde and hus-
band Ricky, of Tickfaw, La.,
and Debbie Bass and hus-
band Jerry, of Bayou
George; one sister, Dorothy
Sheffield of Fountain; 11
grandchildren; and nine
Services will be Monday,
Nov. 23, at 11 a.m. in the
Marianna Chapel Funeral
Home, with the Rev. Gino
Mayo officiating. Inter-
ment will follow in the
Woods/Freeman Ceme-
A time of visitation will
be held Sunday, Nov. 22,
from 6 to 8 p.m. in the Ma-
rianna Chapel.
Marianna Chapel Funer-
al Home is in charge of ar-
Expressions of sympathy
may be submitted online at

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Young Pirates

hope to surprise
after heavy losses
After losing four starters and
six seniors from last year's team,
the Sneads Pirates enter the
2009-2010 season with modest
However, Sneads coach
Kelvin Johnson said that, despite
his .team's youth and inexperi-
ence, he likes what he has seen
thus far.
"I'm kind of optimistic about
the season," the coach said.
"We've got some good, talented
kids out there, but most of them
don't have a lot of varsity expe-
rience. They're very talented,
but you just don't know what
they'll be until we play some
real games and see how we do."
The Pirates lost the heart of
last year's team in Sherrick
Williams, Justin Neel, Alan
Patterson and Kendal Clayton.
Terrance Green is the only
returning starter.
Jamar White, Josh Rogers,
Jeff Davis, John Whittington and
Terrance Pittman all return with
playing experience.
"We lost all our leadership
from last year," Johnson said.
"But that leaves room for kids to
step up and take-their place. I
just don't know until we play
some games who will step up
and get it done."
Johnson said the team would
need big seasons from Rogers,
Whittington and Green, as well
as a positive impact from some
of the young players' moving up
See SHS, Page 3B >

COTTONDALE - The Marianna Lady
Bulldogs jumped out to a big lead and
coasted to a. 58-33 victory over the
Cottondale Lady Hornets Friday afternoon.
Marianna (1-1) picked up its first win
--: 'after losing a tough overtime game to
- -' " Mosley on Tuesday.
On Friday, the Lady Bulldogs left little
room for doubt as to the outcome, jumping
out to a 9-1 lead to start the game and tak-
ing a 27-7 advantage into the halftime
Cottondale fell to 0-3 with the loss, suf-
fering defeats at the hands of Holmes
County and North Florida Christian earlier
in the week.
Marianna delivered a balanced offensive
attack, with five players scoring eight or
more points on the game.
Christina Wynn and Andreal Johnson led
the way with 10 each, and Sharhae
t Williams 'and Deserea Perry each added
nine. Shamiqua Davies scored eight for the
Lady Bulldogs.
Jakia Grimsley led the Lady Hornets


Smith scores
41 in Classic
win over


with 19 points, 16 coming in the second
"We just wanted to put some pressure on
them defensively and get out and run,"
Marianna coach Chucky Brown said after,
the game. "They've got a lot of young girls'
out there, and you saw some fatigue set in
as the game went on."
A pair of buckets by Johnson and two
free throws by Williams gave Marianna the
first six points of the game. A triple by
Davies made it 9-1 Lady Bulldogs less than.
three minutes into the game.
The Lady Hornets, settled in defensively,
though, holding Marianna scoreless the
.rest of the period to trail only 9-5.
But a 9-0 spurt to start the second period
blew the game open for Marianna, with
another 3-pointer and put-back by Davies.
making it 18-5 Lady -Bulldogs with 3:31
left in the half. Another 3-pointer by Perry
with 20 seconds left put the Lady Bulldogs
up by 20 at the break.
Grimsley helped key a 9-2 Cottondale
run in the third quarter to keep contact, get-'
ting back-to-back lay-ups ,and a short
See ROLL, Page 3B >





Sneads coach Kelvin Johnson (right) talks to his team while junior, Pirates point guard Darryll
Johnson looks on during a recent practice in Sneads. The Pirates will have a young team in 2009-
2010, but Johnson said he is optimistic about his team's chances to surprise people by year's end.
- Mark Skinner/Floridan


Pryor rallies

Sharks past

Port St. Joe's Calvin Pryor
scored 11 of his game-high 24
points Thursday night in
Marianna to lead the Sharks to a
66-55 'win over the Marianna
Bulldogs in preseason action.
It was the first night of the
Preseason Tip-Off Classic at
Marianna, and the Sharks domi-
nated the game's'final period to
get the win.
Marianna led 46-43 through
*three quarters, but a basket by
Roman Quinn arid another by
Pryor quickly gave Port St. Joe
the-lead less than a minute into
the fourth. A 3-point play by
Pryor moments later made it 50-
48 Sharks, with another bucket
by Pryor putting PSJ up 53-50
with 5:42 to play.
After a basket by Kendall
Leeks brought the Bulldogs to
within four at 59-55, Pryor added
another.hoop, then came up with
a steal 'and, another basket for a
63-55 lead with 2:20 to play.
The Sharks' two-sport star then
forced another. turnover on,
Marianna's next possession, lead-
ing to a lay-up by Raheem
Clemons to push the lead to 10.
Clemons finished with 19
points for the Sharks, with Quinn
adding 17.
Kruize Pinkins scored 17 to
lead Marianna, with freshman
Qua Royster adding 1)0, and
Leeks eight.
Marianna was Without RJ
Bowers, Fidel Montgomery and
Tre Long, who were resting after
the end of the football season.
MHS opens the regular season
Tuesday at home against

Graceville tops

Poplar Springs in

preseason action
The Graceville Tigers won a
pair of preseason games in Poplar
Springs Thursday and Friday
The Tigers defeated Poplar
Springs 67-34 Thursday night,
getting a 15-point, 12-assist night
from sophomore Cameron
Dozier, who also -added five
rebounds and five steals.
Jamal Miller added nine points,
with Derae Laster, Craig Myrick
and Leander Ford all adding eight
points each.
Graceville defeated Bethlehem
54-34 on Friday thanks to a big
night from Craig Myrick, who
knocked down 6-of-7 3-pointers
for 22 points.
Dozier added 12 points and 10
assists for the Tigers, who open
the regular season Dec. 1 at

A group of Marianna defenders swarm
around Cottondale's Jakia Grimsley during a
game in Cottondale Friday. MHS won the
game 58-33. - Mark Skinner/Floridan

Short-handed Lady Indians top Vincennes, fall to Georgia Perimeter


The No. 22 Chipola Lady
Indians suffered another setback
this weekend in Panama City, los-,
ing yet another key player after
suffering their third loss of the sea-
After losing starting 'shooting
guard Jasmine Shaw to a season-
ending injury, and starting point
guard Bianca Jarrett to an indefi-
nite suspension earlier in the sea-
son, Chipola lost starting post play-
er Tawatha Tucker Saturday to a
dislocated kneecap.
The injury, which was suffered
in a 71-65 loss to Georgia
Perimeter, will likely keep her out
for at least the next two weeks,
according to Chipola coach David
Lane. He said he would know more
about Tucker's condition on
It's another obstacle for the Lady
Indians, who have had to deal with

"We're just going to
have to deal with it.
There's not a whole lot
you can say or do. You
just have to play."
-David Lane,
Chipola coach

a season's worth of adversity in
just three weeks.
"We're just going to have to deal
with it," Lane said of the team's
bad breaks. "You've just got to get
through it. There's not a whole lot
you can say or do. You just have to
Chipola did get a big win on
Friday, topping No. 10 Vincennes
Lindsey Carr led the Lady
Indians with 18 points, while Ty
O'Neil added 17.

The Lady Indians jumped out to
an 18-5 lead to start the game but
led by only eight at halftime.
After Chipola extended to a 13-
point edge with 12 minutes to go,
Vincennes rallied furiously with a.
16-0 spurt to go back up by three.
A 3-pointer by Carr tied the
game back up, and the teams bat-
tled from there to the end.
Darrlita Taylor made two free
throws with 50 seconds to go to put
Chipola up one, and O'Neil made
two more on the next possession to
secure the win.
"We were able to execute a little
better against Vincennes," Lane
said. "Then we turned around and
played Georgia Perimeter, who is
talented, but we just played really,
really bad."
* It didn't help that the Lady
Indians were 9-of-21 from the free
throw line in the second half, but
Lane said his team's problems on
Saturday extended well beyond
See CC, Page 2B >


Chipola freshman Ty O'Neil (10) looks to make a pass in a
game earlier this season in Marianna. The No. 22 Lady
Indians defeated No. 10 Vincennes Friday in Panama City,
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Smith's 41


eads Tigers

past Blue Devils 88-80

High School Boys
Tuesday- Cottondale
at Marianna, 5:30 p.m.,
and 7 p.m.; Northside at
Malone, 7 p.m.; Sneads
at Bozeman, 6 p.m.
Friday- Malone at
Cottondale, 6 p.m., and
7:30 p.m.

High School Girls
Monday- Ponce De
Leon at Cottondale, 6
p.m., and 7:30 p.m.;
Malone at Chipley, 5
Tuesday- Chipley at
Marianna, 3:30 p.m., and
4:30 p.m.; Northside at
Malone, 5:30 p.m.;
Graceville at
Blountstown, 6 p.m.

Sports Items
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m or fax them to 482-
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TJ Smith scored 41 points Thursday
night in Marianna to lead the Malone
Tigers to an 88-80 win over Holmes
County on the first night of the Preseason
Tip-Off Classic.
Smith scored 29 of his 41 in the second
half to help lead an amazing Tigers come-
back from 21 points down in the first half.
Holmes County jumped out to a 24-3
lead to start the game, and.led 28-11 after
'the first quarter.
But the Tigers dominated from that
point forward, outscoring the Blue Devils
77-52 over the final three periods.
"It was very wild," Malone coach
Steven Welch said after' the game. "We
came out with some butterflies, and
(Holmes County) looked in midseason
form. We didn't push the panic button, but
we were pretty close. We just couldn't get
a bounce in the first quarter, and they were
knocking down some shots."
Welch said he believed the team's pres-
sure defense started to take effect as the
first half moved on.
"(Holmes County) might have had some
football kids out there who are not used to
basketball speed just yet," the coach said.
"Maybe they're not back in basketball
shape yet, but they've got a really good
team. They're going to make some noise in

their district.
"Fortunately, TJ and LaDarius McElroy
sort of pulled us through offensively, and
we had some kids step up and play some
good defense in stretches after the first
McElroy finished with 20 points for
Malone, with Marcus Leonard adding 10
points, and Ty Baker leading the Tigers
with 11 rebounds.
Holmes County led 43-41 at the half, but
the Tigers continued to surge offensively
and took a 65-60 lead going intq the
Although it won't count officially,
Smith's 41 points were the most he has
scored in a game in his high school career,
which has featured many high-scoring
efforts. The senior sharpshooter made four
3-pointers on the night. But Welch said it
was Smith's ability to go to the basket that
turned the game around.
"In the first quarter TJ didn't really have
it," the coach said. "We talked about start-
ing to attack because we were settling for
too many threes.
"We shot 19 in the first half, but in the
second half we started attacking. TJ got
some lay-ups and fadeaways, and got into
a rhythm. He kept doing that and got to the
Smith made 7-of-8 at the charity stripe.
The Tigers open the regular season at
home Tuesday against Northside.

Malone's Marcus Leonard (left) tries to make a lay-up
while being defended by Maclay's Harrison Barnes dur-
ing a game Saturday at the Preseason Tip-Off Classic
in Marianna. Malone defeated Holmes County 88-80
on Thursday night and played Maclay on Saturday
night. - Mark Skinner/Floridan

Sneads tops Branford

37-20 in Big Bend Bowl


The Sneads Pirates fin-
ished the football season
in style Thursday night in
Branford, taking a 37-20
victory over the hpme-
standing Buccaneers.
Sneads finishes the sea-
son with a record of 6-5.
"We played good,"
Pirates coach Don
Dowling said after the
game. "It was a good,
clean game. Everybody
got after one another, and
we made some plays
when we had to."
Mark Lawson scored
two touchdowns for
Sneads, and Terrance
Green added a 60-yard
touchdown pass to
Anthony Dawkins on the
Pirates' first possession of
the game.
Jeff Davis kicked a 30-
yard field goal to put
Sneads up 10-0 after a
Branford turnover.
A 56-yard TD run by
Green, set up by a Jamar
White interception, gave
SHS a 17-7 halftime lead.

Branford scored a
touchdown early in the
third to make it 17-14, but
Lawson answered with a
3-yard TD run to put the
Pirates back up 10.
After another Lawson
touchdown, White scored
the final TD for the Pirates
to close the game out.
Dowling said the bowl
experience for his team
was a lot of fun.
"I liked the way it was
set up by (Branford coach
Bill Wiles). "They had a
big Pirate ship with a can-
non, and they shot it off
every time they scored. It
almost scared us to
It was just the second
road win of the season for
Sneads, and it puts SHS
above .500 for the year.
'"That was one of the
goals that the seniors had,
which was to have a win-
ning season," Dowling
said. "I think that will
carry- over to next season
for the simple fact that it
was along trip thai we
won. That will help us
next year."

Continued From Page 1B

"We didn't rebound very
well, we turned the ball
over a lot, which wasn't
very good, and it was just a
bad effort all around," the
coach said. "(Georgia
Perimeter) played well and
made some shots, but we
just lackedthat toughness.
"I told the kids ahead of
time that our margin for
error is pretty small right
now, so we have to score
when we get opportunities,
and finish with rebounds
when we force bad shots.
When we don't do that,
we'll lose against a lot of
There were some bright
spots for Chipola, with
freshman guard Kendra

Powell drawing praise from
Lane and scoring 13 points
in Saturday's loss.
Freshman Cayla Walker
had nine points on
Saturday, and knocked
down five 3-pointers over
the weekend.
"The freshmen are get-
ting some experience, and
certain people are coming
along faster than others,"
Lane said. "But it's good
that they're getting better."
Chipola finishes its four
games in five days road trip
in Tampa on Tuesday
against Hillsborough.
The Lady Indians face St.
Petersburg in St. Petersburg.
on Monday, and return
home Dec. 1 to take on

Hornets fall to Maclay, PSJ in Classic


The Cottondale Hornets
dropped a pair of preseason
games over the weekend at the
Preseason Tip-Off Classic in
\ The Hornets lost to Port St.
Joe on Saturday, and fell to
Maclay 43-37 Friday night.
Marcus Humose scored 20
points in Friday night's loss for
Cottondale, while Cody Saye
added 10 points off the bench.
Seth Roberts led Maclay
with 12 points, 'including nine
in the second half.
Cody Tuckett added 11
points for Maclay, as well as a
back-breaking 3-pointer late in
the fourth quarter.
Leading by just a point in the
game's final two minutes,
Tutckett nailed a corner triple
to put his team up 41-37 with
1:45 to play.
A pair of free throws by
Roberts with 1:07 left to play
salted the game away.

Maclay's fourth-quarter
push denied, a valiant come-
back attempt by the Hornets,
who trailed by 14 in the second
Down 30-16 midway
through the third, the Hornets
got four straight points from
Saye, a 3-point play from
Humose and another bucket
from Humose to cut the lead to
five at 30-25 after, three quar-
Humose nailed a 3-pointer
to start the fourth to trim, the
lead to two, but Maclay
responded with a 6-1 run with
3:36 to play.
However, back-to-back
triples by Humose brought the
Hornets back. to within one at
36-35 with 2:28 to play.
Mac Meenan answered with
a lay-up on Maclay's next pos-
session, then Saye scored to
cut it to one before Tuckett's
dagger shot.
The Hornets will open the
regular season Tuesday in
Marianna against the Bulldogs.

Cottondale's Marcus Humose (2) looks to make
a play during a game Saturday against Port St.
Joe in the Preseason Tip-Off Classic in
Marianna. - Mark Skinner/Floridan

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jumper to make it 35-20 loss of Wright's scoring
with 3:17 left in the- third touch.
period. "We're missing Shay.
But Marianna answered When you lose your top
with six straight, a basket scorer, it's tough to make
by Perry getting the lead up for it," the coach said. "I
back to 21 with a minute don't know if we were
left in the third. nervous because we were in
It was a tough loss for the front of the school, or
Lady Hornets, who were because we were playing
without starting center Marianna, but we didn't
Shay Wright. She will miss play well."
six weeks after an ejection The Lady Hornets next
from the NFC game on play Ponce de Leon
Tuesday. Monday at home at 6 p.m.,
First-year Cottondale and 7:30 p.m.
coach Randi Scurlock said Marianna is home on
her team had a hard time Tuesday against Chipley at
picking up the slack for the 3:30 p.m., and 4:30 p.m.

Continued From Page 1B
from junior varsity. year."
Sophomores Will Green, Pittman, White,
Holmes and Jeff Bell move Rogers and Whittington all
into varsity, roles on the returned late last week
wing. Junior point guard from the football team.
Darryll Johnson is "also Johnson said the team will
stepping up after leading need all of them to con-
last year's JV team. - tribute just as much produc-
It won't be a big team, tion on the court.
but Johnson said the Pirates "'Those are the guys who
will need to consistently will have to play a lot of
bring it on the defefisive minutes for us," the coach
end to win games this sea- said. "They're all competi-
son. tors. They're our main ath-
"We don't have any size letes here. Some of them
whatsoever," the coach play three sports. They
said. "The one thing we want 'to win and I've got
have to rely on is playing confidence that they'll
defense for the entire game, work hard.
just so we can stay in the "It's a good group of kids
game. I know it will be a we've got, a fun group to be
rebuilding season this year, around. It should be a fun
so we'll have to play hard aeaond. It shulbafun
on defense to stay in the season ." b
game. We won't be able to Sneads district wll be
score a ton of points." changed this year as well,
While acknowledging with Bozeman, Cottondale,
that this is a rebuilding Blountstown, Graceville,
year, Johnson said 'he South Walton, Holmes
wouldn't be surprised if County and Vernon all in
this years team became the Pirates' league.
tougher later in the season. The Pirates open the reg-
"By the end of the year, ular season on the road
we may surprise some peo- -Tuesday with a district con-
ple," he said. "We've got test against Bozeman.
some athletic kids, and I "It's a pretty big district,"
think we'll be able to com- Johnson said.
pete. But we have to work "That should be very
at it, and we have to play interesting throughout the
some defense like welve year with the seeding for
never played before, the tournament. All of the
"Our time is next year, games have got some added
but you can't wait that long. meaning now with so many
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Kindel Lanes weekly bowling report

Monday Night Hi Rollers
Team Standings
1) Jackson BP 28-12
2) Now What 25-15
3) Whatever Whenever 22.5-17.5
4) Smith's Supermarket 21.5-18.5
5) Mary's Child Care 20-20
6) Adam's Funeral Homc20-20
7) Kindel Lanes 18-22
8) Wolf Pack 16-24
9) Whoops 10-30

High Team Game- Jackson's BP 1000
High Team Series- Jackson's BP 2723
High Game Female-Christine Smith 211
High Game Male- Aaron Waler 258
High Series Female- Amie Kain 540
High Series Male- Aaron Walker 634

Tuesday Night Mixed League
Team Standings

1) Our Gang 33-19
2) All State 30-22
3) Backwoods Bowlers 27-25
4) Dan's Family 27-25
5) Grassy Pond Mini Storage 26-26
6) Sonny B B Q 26-26
7) Roll With It 26-26
8) Just Spare Us 25-27
9) Original Garners 24-28
10) Precision 22-30

High Team Game- Our Gang 918
High Team Series- Just Spare Us 2650
High Game Female- Cheryl Gaffaney
High Game Male- Franco Harris 233
High Series Female- Shirley Watts. 521
High Series Male- Justin Arnold 583

Tuesday Morhing Coffee League
Team Standings

1) Champion Tile 37.5-18.5
2) 1001 Uses 35-21
3) Pacers 33.5-22.5
4) Paula's Team 32.5-23.5
5) Gazebo 26-30
6) Misfits 25-31
7) Family Dentistry 24-32
8) James & Sikes 23-33
9) Jim's Buffett & Grill 23-33
10)Marianna Animal Hospital 22.5-33.5

High Game Female- Gloria Reed 223
High Game Male- Coy Hess * 232
High Series Female- Ouida Brooks 578
High Series Male- Coy Hess 583
High Team Game- .James & Sikes 940
High Team Series- James & Sikes 2726,

Wednesday Night Mixed
Team Standings

1) Here for the Beer 38-14
2) DBBLL Trouble 33-19
3) Hollis Body Shop 31-21
4) Kindel Lanes Shop 29-23
5) Mr. Bingo 28.5-23.5
6) Jay's Gang 28-24
7) DTO Liquors 24.5-27.5
8) Redwood Bay Lumber 24-28
9) Perfection's Car Wash 22-30

High Team Game- DTO Liquors 1158
High Team Series- Here For the. Beer
High Game Female- LuAnn Kindelspire
High Game Male- Jack Townsell ,256
High Series Female- LuAnn Kindelspire
High Series Male- Jack Townsell 706


Many years ago, when I first heard
about using "confidence" decoys to
help attract ducks and geese, the idea
seemed to make a lot of sense. I
mean, why wouldn't
it be advantageous V
for a waterfowler to
enhance his tradi- .g
tional spreads of ' -
duck blocks, goose
silhouettes, and the
like with a smatter- l.. .l
ing of something less
"ducky" and
"goosey?" Bob Kornegay
Anything, I
thought, to provide more natural
deception and legally tip the hunting
scales more in my favor. With my
shooting skills, or the lack thereof, I
can use all the help I can get. I'd
noticed it before, after all, how water-
fowl seemed much more comfortable
and likely to come to my calls and
target-species decoys when various
species of nongame shorebirds, etc.
were present at my shooting site. If
they weren't concerned, neither were
the ducks. Then, upon learning there
were actually decoys made for such a
purpose, it just seemed like the wise
thing to do.
So, I did it. I ordered myself some
confidence dekes from a popular out-
door outfitter's catalog. I bought a big
old fake blue heron, a dozen plastic
coots, three composite cormorants,
and a few real-looking crows. I
passed on a swan decoy, even though
they were on sale. I've never seen a
tundra swan in Southwest Georgia.

ng with 'cc

However, I have seen a number of
Southwest Georgia hunters who
would dearly love to bag a giant
white "goose" floating on a backwa-
ter slough. The possible conse-
quences, for both decoy and Bob,
weren't exactly to my liking.
I employed my confidence decoys
for but one season before giving up
on the idea. This isn't to say, mind
you, that they didn't work. On the
contrary, they performed- magnifi-
cently. Each variety reliably attracted.
the species it was designed to imitate.
As a result, the waterfowl that
showed up to check out my mallard,
ringneck, and canvasback blocks
were put more at ease, willingly and,
uh, "confidently" pitching in with lit-
tle or no thought given to my intru-
sive presence. Alas, though, there
were a number of negatives.
My blue heron decoy, for, instance,
was almost immediately set upon by
a very real (and quite angry) great
blue that resented the faux bird's
intrusion into its fishing and frogging
hole. The ruckus that ensued drew a
bevy of other animated herons, which
resulted in a veritable shorebird
melee. Never one to resist witnessing
a gangfight, avian or otherwise, I paid
no attention to incoming ducks -while
my expensive ersatz shorebird was
rent into a million unsalvageable-
pieces. The coot dekes caused no
such uproar. Coots, you see, are
peaceful, kinda cute little critters.
Trouble is, they are peaceful, cute lit-
tle critters that very closely resemble
waterborne stumps in the morning


fog. Or, should I say stumps look a lot
like floating coots? Whichever the
case, the resemblance never occurred
to me until I 'motored through my
coot-set in the wee hours one morn-
ing and hit one (A stump, not a coot.)
The subsequent law-of-inertia
demonstration would have made
Isaac Newton proud. The '"object in
motion's" subsequently extracting
'himself from the tangle and clutter in
the bow of the boat would have made
him double over with laughter, lacy
britches, silk stockings, and all.
My cormorants (anhingas, water
turkeys, whatever),'including a really
,cool one with motorized wings,
brought in more cormorants. They, in
turn, consumed every bluegill and
bullhead in the pond, which earned
me a vociferous cussing from an irate
landowner and the loss of my hunting
privileges. And the crows? Ah, the
crows! They showed up in droves.
Remember those Southwest 'Georgia
hunters I mentioned? They like noth-
ing better than a good crow shoot.
Ouch! Should just bought the
swan. There's a bright side to all this,
though. Despite the' preceding less-
than-pleasant experiences, it seems I
was fortunate enough to quit while
ahead. I was surfing the internet
recently and came across the confi-
dence decoy to end all confidence
decoys: For $79.95 I could have,'had
a life-size fake cow! Perfect confi-
dence deke for a goose field, they say.
Thanks be to an ever-kind providence
for my missing that one.
Can you say "bull," boys and girls'?

Weekly fis
Bass fishing - is fair.
Moving and stained water
.has actually aided the
largemouth bite on. the
flats, especially grass:flats
on the main lake.
The best flats to target
are those with submerged
vegetation in 5 to 6 feet of
water. It helps to find flats
with deeper migration
"ditches" adjacent. 6-inch
Texas-rigged worms' are
good bait choices.
A few crappies may be
taken in the creeks from
stumpy areas. As a rule,
the - creeks are not as
stained as the main lake
right now.
Hybrids are'becoming
more active, but the water
conditions have. recently
slowed them down.
Catfish and bream are
Fishing is likely to
improve overall as' the
water falls and stabilizes.
Bass are fair, particularly
on the lake's northern end,
where water staining has
not been as detrimental.
Fish grasslines and wood
structure with chartreuse
or chartreuse-and-white
Frog-type baits may
work throughout the day
in the clearer grass pock-

thing report
ets. Finesse jigs may also
pay off in the creeks from
time to time. Some
anglers have been suc-
cessful with Carolina and
Texas-rigged worms
when fishing brushpiles
on the flats.
No positive- crappie
reports are available, but
hybrids have gotten active
of late. Trolling is the best
method' right now. Bream
are very slow and catfish
reports are spotty.
This far upriver, the water
is falling, but remains
high and muddy.
Fishing for all species is
likely to be quite slow
over the next few days,
but should pick up as soon
as water conditions stabi-
lize. Fewboats are out at
present and even the bank
fishing for catfish is pro-
ducing few positive
(Generation schedules,
pool levels, and other
such information for area
waterways may be
obtained by calling toll-
free 1-888-771-4601.
Follow the recorded
instructions and access
the touch-tone for the
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Appliances J

Refrigerator, 1 yr old,
White, Whirlpool side
by side. Ice and wa-
ter in the door. Paid
$1200, asking $750.

S Electronics h
Sound system,
speakers, amp,
sound board. Micro
pones/stands, all
kups, hymnals, Duel
tape player, tape du-
plicator, $2500,850-

Ercies- Equ;prneri
TC5000. Hardly used.
Great Workout. Paid
$2400 new asking
$1000 OBO. (850)573-
7747. ctestesl@

r Nurseriees-Tree o
SATSUMAS tree ripe.
Call (850)209-1499
after 3pm.

pets& animals

Free Pets Policy
Your pet deserves a lov-
ing, caring home, An ad
for a free pet may draw
response from individuals
who will sell youranimal for
research or breeding pur-
poses. Please screen re-
spondents carefully when
giving an animal away.

SBirds, Bees & Fish
Hand fed baby Ama-
zon Parrots, very
gentle, $500 OBO

Shorhair. mixed
breed: Tame, lov-
ing, Kittens/young
cats, 2 - 6 months
old, yellows, grays,
black & whites,
Calicos - males &
females. 850-718-
Free: 2 kittens & 1
cat 850-482-4252

t Dogs
CKC Miniature
Schnauzers, 7 wks
old, shots & wormed
$375 850-573-1548
Free to good home 2
dogs: 1 M 2yrs old, 1
F 3mos old, both tiny
dogs. 850-579-3982
|PetSupplies &
Services j

Happy Jack DD33:
Kills fleas quicker,
last longer on dogs &
cats. Citrus odor;
COOP (482-2416)


I Farm Equipment J
Gandy 4 row insecti-
cide applicator
w/double boxes, for
two chemicals
mounted on tool bar.
Good condition. $400.
229-758-3146 or 229-
S Horses&Cattle

Young Registered
Angus Bulls &
Heiffers. $1000 & up.
Need a New Home?
Check out te ClaISfleils

Cintas Service
Position Location:
Marianna, FL.
Requirements: CDL
Class "B"/HS/2 yrs
customer exp.
Great Benefits -
Apply using the
following: www.
Req id 10079489
Massage Therapist
for Chiropractic
Office in
Marianna, FL
Please reply to
Blind Box 967 @
JCFloridan PO Box
520, Marianna,
FL 32447


Exp. servers &
dishwashers needed.
Apply in person be-
tween 3:00-5:00 pm
@ Madison's, 2881
Madison St., Marian-

I Apartments-

1/1 in town, quiet,
$475/mo, $525 dep.
2/1.5 Apts for rent.
DW, W/D hkup,$605
incl. Cbl, garb, & pest
control. 850-526-7369
2BR/1BA, apt.,in
town, $450/mo. 850-
573-0598 for info.

Warehouse Administrator
Responsible for order management
system, QA processes. SAP or similar
software experience. Benefits avail.
Email resume to RSIMS@WJWLTD.COM
or call 904-708-3163

. The HOPE Program,
a 32 bed residential facility located in
Fountain, FL has an immediate opening
for a full-time RN and LPN. Interested
applicants should contact Linda Ellis
or Betty Hightower at 850-722-6117 or
Sfax resume to 850-722-9559




THURSDAY 11/26 &






11/30/09 AT 8AM

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2/1 in Grand Ridge
$450/mo + 1st mo.
+dep 850-592-5571
2/1 in town, fenced
backyard, $650/mo,
$700 dep. 850-693-
2 & 3 BR MH Cotton-
dale. http://www.
com. 850-258-
3/1 house for rent in
Cottondale, $500/mo
+ dep.850-209-4516
3/2 CH/A, hardwood
floors, all appliances,
College & 7th Ave,
$750 +dep, no pets,
3/2 great area on 6th
Ave. CH/A, $700 +
dep. 850-271-0900/
258-4309 Iv msg.
3/2 New Home, CH/A
Compass Lake
$750/mo + dep.
3BR/1.5BA, Very nice.
Located on Noland
Street in Marianna.
Kitchen appliances
included. $700/mo.,
first and last. Securi-
ty deposit, 1 Yr lease
and references re-
quired. No smoking.
No pets. Avail. Octo-
ber 1st. Call (850)
594-7525 between
6pm-9pm. Owner is
Licensed Real Estate
Austin Tyler & Assoc
Quality homes for
rent 850- 526-3355
"Property Mgmt is
our ONLY Business"

Houses Unfurnished)

Brick 4 BR rural
home. Graceville,
Bonifay, Chipley area
$600/mo. Realty Ex-
change 954-366-

Marianna 2/1 house,

Houses Furnished J

2/2 cabin style house
on 10 acres in C'dale.
Lg wrap around deck
$600-$800/mo 850-
209-7502 .

Mobile Homes
for Rent
2/2 near Sunland on
1 acre, extras,
$650/mo $700 dep

2BR/1BA in Alford,
$375 + dep 850- 579-
1851 ,

Mobile Homes |
for Rent s
3/2 & 2/2 in C'dale,
$325-$500, no pets
1171 Iv message
3/2 C'dale, water,
g arb. bug spray incl.
525 + dep. No pets.
850-352-4869 morn-
3/2 for rent, Whis-
pering Pines, Green-
wood, $425/mo +
dep. CH/A, Garb. &
H20 incl. 850-482-
3/2 MH, CH/A, all
ge incl. No pets. 850-
Clean 2/2 for family
of 3, no smokers, no
ets. $400+ $400 dep
50-718-8158 d
Rent toOwh: 2 & 3BR
MH's. Lot rent incl.
For details 850-557-
You name it...
Classified has itill

STownhomes J

For rent.For Info
call 8-5. 850-209-



Retail Space !

FOR RENT, 5100 sq ft
bldg - Retail, 4178
Lafayette St. 850-



Cottondale Village Apartments
4052 Old Cottondale Rd. Marianna, FL
32448 850-526-4062, TDD/TTY 711
Immediate occupancy available on a 2 BR
handicap apartment. Rental assistance.
We pay water, sewer, & trash service.
Equal Housing Opportunity




Deadline is Tuesday 11/24 @ 3:30 PM
FRIDAY 11/27
Deadline is Wednesday 11/25 @ 12:30 PM
SUNDAY 11/29
Deadline is Wednesday 11/25 @ 1:30


1 box of assorted
Christmas decora-
tions $10 OBO 850-
2 corner/end
tables,(This End Up
Furn. Co) all wood
$50 850-526-3365
2 Toddler beds, 1
wooden $25, 1 blue
metal $15 850-526-
6ft Lighted Christmas
tree, 6'/ft & 7ft, $20
OBO 850-557-2394 or
Aerator, used only
once $100 080 850-
AM/FM cassette
stereo $20 850-569-
Aquarium 50 gal & 40
gal. on metal stand
.Lr*n1JrlC p ti n- ri

Control- still in box,
fits most cars $75
Beautiful Christmas
Porcelain Doll, 22"
new in box $20 850-
Caloric Propane Gas
Stove. 4 burners,
oven elec. ignition.
$200 850-482-4616
Childs vanity dresser
w/4 drawers, all
wood $35 850-526-
Childs wooden red
rocker $10 850-569-
11 Carole Towne ALL
for $70 or $7ea
(850)592-2507 1
Country dinette set,
table w/4 chairs $150

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Crossbow by Ryder,
uses resistance rods,
folds for storage. $75
Custom made cur-
tains w/cornice,
pink/blue 82x84 $50
Daybed w/mattress,
spread & 3 shams,
exc. cond. $100 850-
Dining room table
seats 4. Excellent
condition $65.
Dining room table
w/6 chairs, good
cond. $275 850-592-
Imitation white pearl
necksace, 30", $15
Mahogany Cedar
lined wardrobe, $30

Infant car seat $20,
Bouncer $15, Activity
Saucer $25, All pink
Knight Kiln w/several
items, $300 850-209-
Large Radio Ryder
Horse, makes gallop-
ing noises, like new
$65 850-526-0094
Large Radio Ryder
Horse, makes gallop-
ing noises, like new
$65 850-526-0094
Petite 14k gold tennis
bracelet w/5 colored
stones 7", $50 850-
Pool table- standard
size pool table, wood
grain, great shape.
$100 (850)557-6993
Small TV w/remote
$40 850-592-8507

Portable Bassinet &
infant swing , like
new, blue print
$25/ea 850-526-3426
Portable TV
box & stand $100
Radio control gas
truck with radio $50.
Sofa table, dark
wood $35 850-526-
Solid Oak Table w/8
chairs, 2 leafs, ext. 5-
8', good cond. $500
Square 5'x5'w/leaf
solid wood counter
height dining table,
$175 850-557-1394
Toddler bed
w/mattress, ma-
hogany color, $60

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Lot for sale: 4258 Ce-
dar St. in Marianna
off Penn Ave, $12,500
AS IS 850-579-9993

House on 4 lots @
Scotts Ferry, Calhoun
County, near boat
ramp. $35k 850-526-
Classifieds have what
you are looking for.

The position will be based initially at the
Center for Economic and Workforce
Development in Dothan.
Minimum Qualifications:
Require bachelor's degree in education or
related field; documented experience in
data analysis; two years' teaching
experience in K-16 classroom setting or
two years' experience working with the
Adult Education and Family
Literacy program.
Salary: Twelve-month position based on
education and experience commensurate
with Salary Schedule E2, 03
(range: $36,958 -$50,360). *
January 11, 2010.
Trhe position will be based initially at the
yntress Correctional Facility in Clayton.
Minimum Qualifications:'
Require associate degree in Applied
Science; and six years of successful
full-time experience as a practitioner in
the occupational, technical, or vocational
field. Prefer teaching experience,
preferably with a community college;
ability to instruct students to work with
the latest technology, tools and
equipment; experience using computer
applications and the Internet; an
understanding of and commitment to the
educational role and philosophy of the
community college; demonstrated ability
to work well with nontraditional and/or
under-represented students; sound
working knowledge of small engine
technologies; ability to perform predictive
maintenance; must be safety and quality
conscious; ability to perform daily
preventative and repair
maintenance activities.
Salary: Based on education and
experience commensurate with Salary
Schedule D-1 for 9 months
(range: $34,414 - $54,429) or 12 months
(range: $45,041- $71,266). Summer term
is customary but not guaranteed.
January 11,2010.
3:00 p.m., Tuesday, December 15, 2009.
Applications are available at or by calling
(334) 556-2484 or (800) 543-2426, Ext. 2484,
and should be submitted to:
DOTHAN AL 36303-0943
Wallace Community College is an Equal
Opportunity Employer and complies with
the Americans with Disabilities Act.


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3/1 House for sale on Watkins '7927 ft. - Monoco Knight 06, G '91 Ji mmy 4x4 Chev role '06 1500 TOYOTA '05 TUiNDRA,
Owens St. Marianna Joe Marina, 27 north D, t. Ei . 1:," 4I 2. SL .rila. '4.2'u aluminum wheels tended cab. Good miles, ex. cond., 1
$90k 850-415-6995 dock. $9,500334-897- *','. man, up r =jd- . bi c.ra.i. 12x36 Radial cond., $9,500. OBO owner $11,000 firm
3/32k sf. On 1 ac 2167 or 334-733-0020 5150- , 5i' : - i-'',0h r r,.p {. er Swampers PS, PB, 334-798-3352 334-695-7212
3/3 2k sf.On 1 ac, eato334r73n02 m ipr.'AC, Auto, AM/FMCi
incl.barn & 6 pecan Williams Craft'08 7 Sles, ri Lt e re. '.i 4800 obo 850-762-
trees, 10 mi from twn 60 horse four stroke, Tioga Arrow 27t $20,500 obo, 334-372-' HARLEY DAVIDSON 9333 0 __
850-272-0008/718- loaded. 334-618-3058 Motirn,n. 8. i $7020 obo, 334-432-0302. HARLEY DAVIDSON 9333rtster
, O ,'6625 after 6 & wkendeAu l . L h ' K " 0702 or 334-432-0302. '08 1200 Rporter .
capr/rl6625aftr6&wkendsrv p,, r. , AWh. jav.gajnc Nissan'OSAItimaZ.5, Custom, 108 miles,
ig . F3Lots-Acreageu Trailers runs weli low FMF;930095.ORD08 Focus SES asking $15,800, white,
SOL. ; r 4 door, automatic, $8,700, 3347024778. Chevy '04 Silverado
miles,Fair cond.Has soft ,.nc ,.th V, ,,e 22.000 mile" 3500, 1 Ton, Sharpe,
,d l.- ---- eak damage. $6000. .2�.=rdS ,S - I 71,75-
For Sale By Owner ek mge: $ 850 526 2840. em 0 siruA, ,. k1 5 Duramax, 6.6L, Dually
Numerous 1220 a 8505262840 ' BUY ME! Jeep02WranglerX, Tow Pkg/power trail-
acr parcels o in NE tJsportaon 34 'c, 2-04. SUV. 5-spd. 6-cyl. 4 ing mirrors, crew Toyota '09 Tundra,
Seeded, wooded On http:/h'i rr'/ ,,.aru'i0at .WD. 44K, Greatcond. cab,ext bedLoaded $16,500 clear title
or open near 2009 Lincoln Towncar nukfish write gr,,r ,rior. $11,500, $23,000. Excellent
Lake Seminoe. 19,000 miles, only su ,rool, .lIy whis, Harley u.d.,:on '05 719-930 4976 2007 Copper Cannon Condition!
Reduced to $26,400. 30K miles. $16,700. Anniversary Fat Boy, . Key. r V.hl dewayne41@live.
$2900/ac Call 334-793-0095. 334-693-0830 copper-black, 6-spd., 2 ve-hE:'r' 32r, hm8cor
. " 1 1300 ml.Lded 3-,rrr 323-892-0861
850-464-1400 97 G 1300 mi. Loaded. 1 - C -dr e .,
07 ESCALADE RV.37 mtr,rbody good cond, GNrn08 Versa Like new. $16,600, Ca.l r
REB By KZ, 5th W. toygodcn Great Gas N $ mileage, 334-726-6799. " 6i I Le$ u 0n
07.E.CALADe RV. 4; Like New $500 down .L
Like new. Non- Acura u06 MDX, tour $250 mo; Call Steve Harley Davidsop '08
)fe lm fOriWe Smoker, NoPets, 3 Avaton ngedition 63K FORD '09 Mustang Hatcher 334-791-8243 Eletra deClassic,Lexus'00 3002ititious Naes
new tires$22300 t Highland Oldsmobile"94 warrenty left. $6'c95 we:t main'C'r
w/ icemakeicro, 1946 Sport Pilot 3Gr 000mi, Regency, $500 BO $17,000.334-618-4430 a LL 1919W
Convection/mMicro, Ercoupe. Surf: Loaded, warranty, 334-702-4026 M.,St 314.a99.5880 LF14761
-..IJ a King Bed, Fireplace, http://www.dfn co Still new. $26,500., ontiac98 Grand A rm idessha NOTICE OF
2 A/C, Washer/ Dry- /eaachapter1193/E41 334-790-9431 $ down, 0% Intr- 3K mi . a ra.-" - --cp ,,', INTENTION TO
er Carefree Awng resqahtm or emsi I -Frd,'93 eat. ayplighttAutoFl.-3KmllackINTEN N
Care r ng pwood2128h@yahoo. d 3 Turus, rns est. Daylight Auto Fik- r nd. l3 i00SAME
T_____ _ gMorryde Susp.,Rear con for more ood, needs AC nancing 1-800-470- many xtras $13500 On t nE
Commercial Sites Entertain- ment, Ta- information. $2200.1-334-475-1723 0650 9am/9pm 850-526-2790 e. Notice is hereby iv
COMMBLDG. SITES Leather Recliners, Cessna 172 & 182 $8,750 West Main ,ood, needs AC . f oi H t i Ar ' - Lh D signed, under the
AT 71 & I-10 START- Coach w/ chase hsangard in Mar. exc. Car Sals LLC 2200.334-475-1723 m, $5,500, Call (334) tn, AutO. - . provision of Chapter
ING AT $47,700 $57,000, condo. $2000 850-569 1919 West Main St. Ford 95' MustangCo- r 70Re LXS Awr V:'. LD, 267.0 Lw (section-
(WHICH ISPRICE) 334-714-2406. _ 2969 1 31. 5S80, rexal f501 150-* 2Reduced-LEXUS 865.09) Laws of i sFlori-t
FOR A LIMITED TIME d ' " _ - c"'92 Runs great! - A C. A.M FM. :Dtereo, da will register with
PAVEDW/COUNTY WATER fully self contained997, Auto Engines/ , t I-'6 Look s good! $4,000, - rLJn .eili. oi miles, the Division of Cor-
W/COUNTY WATER fully self contained, J acrke61 ,500. 34- t l er 239-464r0985 Ha rl 3 n re s sunoof Cn,- ertdte Fip.a b e
& SEWER. NO HOLD- new bed, slide out & I Parts/Misc ,~r. ight 05.-u 1,a Ta9 O5 a Orange 1200R,Vance newtires, sunroof, CHEVY '05 Subur e
ING PONDS RE. canopy, great condi- i & Hines Short Shots, leather t very. 117kmi. runswell, apartment of State the
GPoNDS REQ. Cy g Lt9ond A. .d Subaru 1993 right & Hines Short Shots, leather t very. nro erDVD fictitious name to-.
BROKERS WELCOME tion. $9,000.334-797- volswagen Beetle ' 'nS drive steering braided lines, 8,900 clean, like new. entertainment sys wit:
.850-526-8367 1272 parts. Dual Kadron 40 7.hl h 1. , new transmis- mi $7,995. 794-8037 $22,000. 334-792- Great cond. $12,500,
d w carbs, complete with b -' W sion. newtiming belt, D Harley Ultra Classic 3076. cell 910-584-8773' SNEADS MARINE &
& w e$00n manifold, linkage, & BMW u00 125c, Corv. Ford 96 - iMultang Au- r, and brakes 0715K miles, new, home 3343471?3. SMALL ENGINE
Sorginal ar cleaners. 89K $10,900 West to V-6 runs good many more new ti , extras, garage S CHEVYERVICE
SBth carb vere just Main Car Sales LLC power windows parts, low mileage tires, extras, garage CHEV . m
rebuilt. s. 0.4- 15" 1919 West Main St. seat, & door locks. Call for more details kept. 50 3- V. ps pP.b. au10. under which I am en-
o 4 . EMPn i t 5 spoke 334-699-5880 CD, ext. set of rims. 229-524-2451 . 794K-a5296 or 596-5098 Eru, i.,1:,'q.:c-,. gaged in business at
H wheels. 4 lug, $250 BMW '98 740iL, blue / $3,500. OBO 334-632- SUZUKI '93 GSX1100G sHoda,03 $17adw 3'9 8 D e r. 79899Hwy 90 Sneads;
Carriage Cameo '05 or The. sl. Left and tan, exc. 82K, garage 0127 334-797-9115 $2500. or trade for 4 Ace Deluxe, 750 CC, $25 O" ;473.540i FL 32460
17,300. 4-7- 20C. ealerboxe , rmCD 6233or9541ntrtDyitA s Nmbr7lots of accessories,'
2ft. 3.-ihde. 2-AC. Ri, he.r boxes, kept, $11,500:334- saramyshelleturner@ wheeler 21K 714-9380 24K miles, $3500 Nissan'00E.terrI Che 1Elm,:,
9 f u Cenl.Atrfor $ otrih: Fronto347-2868.3524mnglin$5evy 1800- E14rdu
Se no k R mpersfromyota04euoh IRM.33 347-2868. hooom4-494-6808 168K $4,500 West 350 Engine, $ That the party inter-
torPde fn e tiE xMnnn 1971 Super Beetle, LC Ford 8c uIi-t5r9n ioW2IGreat lCondi- Honda 03aVTX 1800 Main CarSales LLC 850 594-3282es follows:
wl 0 3 $38,500. 334- 714i -4001 $30 each; Front & $r7. ,i-o,. 5 9 .d. 3 tr,. $18,000 OBO. Exc. Cond. Red in coil-e T ,
8 50 L Rearsfenders from l .D n i432. o0 334-796-7092 or new chrome auto.transmission, Darryl Shade.
2007 Yamaha Rhino Dutch 03 5th Wheel, 1971 Super Beetle, Ford �9 Tauru:. 4 Toyo'5 Matrix 560:. , 13 r 0c r. d ,: . d8064 Joseph St
Utility Vehicle 660, slides, kept under $30each;2 Decklids d. i:r, ll power. [10-3 - I . 3ci. Ni,:* C r u-i-" ,i;.$s-i0" , 5 SneadsFL32460
camo, 110 hours, shelter excellent from 1971 Super r,. a. -.r, 4 0ap 50-4 d7,:.m49n , per John OuOKr 44253 and
$7400 229 254002 cond. $17 000. Beetle,$30 each. SL " ) . S1-5. .tt .5 0 .. ) rc 'ii $2c here JohnL Kirklandw
334n701-5506. Call 334-1I.322-1528 Buick u . L . n r n I . .t Ceot S ivea'r 28nwood RdEF
Honda 07 CRF80 Limited 60K $9,995 Honda '03 Accord EX, Hther 334 2.i re GCabrand Ridge, FL
mond 0DUTCHMAN d'06,f25'.ePicWs tMainCarSals blaeas t e r, s- tater. Gn
Dirtbike, 100rs, Good condition AutomoblesM West Main ar Sales black, leather, sun- Volkswagen 06 Bee Pr 32442
$1000 6X12 enclosed LLC 1919 Wet Main roof, very nice, tie auto, diesel, 42K NISSAN 05 sMurano Po3.0r O080 ri. oiDj
trailer $150045 SNleeps6,AskZngSt.(134) 699-5880N$10,SOO.334 -726- 121Sc ' C *4n t y
.iserS0 -25 5 9le payoffs ,334794_8897A 0 4--1215. miles, 40MPG, load- r r 4 u, unf.. , V-8D :ir P39c2S , "ega' oices 41
condo. 850-447-2859 or 334-790-7918 CADILLAC '06 DTS Honda 04 Civic ed. $16,000. 334-897- Honda 06'Refl_. LeTrOnLot, 6i ,,6C0, leave a 'message.
Honda 07' Foreman - jLO OKOlE CExc. cond., leather under 100K mi. 2497 or 334-672-1655 250cc 68LMPG gar, $16.895. Svc @lea ve a ,I LF17-
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4wd, winch, ITP tires . .. , BMW 545isedan, 4 seats,4dr, beige int. $6,500. 618-0885 Vpgt . cond x ,y. .mci i L
& wheels $5,200. 334- re . door, loaded, V8 fully loaded.$12,900. Hond,00Volk Owagon . 69 Due[ cond. 6,900 m NOTICE OF
774-7569 super clean, 50K mi. 334-701-1836 Coupe Touch screen haul Dec. '0. New tie - SHERIFF'S SALE
Honda TRX 300 EX new brakes & tires Cadillac '94 GPS navigation sys- rod, ball joints, steer- Honda '074Shadow.- SHERIFF3S-SAL
Bike is complete cus- .24,995..334-701-5550 Fleetwood. Top con- ten, DVDplayer, 26K ingdampner, no ma- 3 $450u. 334.2677-.46N TICE. 1.5 ER
tom with tons of ac Dutchmen 40 ft. Corvette 02' Conver- edition. 334-693-3980 mi., black k, $13,000 jor rust. $2300. 1 ,, 4 54 . . NTE i HEre
cessories inc Red T tib al auto.m 405 .HP - 786-223-2278. 334.-718-1188 HONDA 09 20 CRF b, c evy 99 -TS 03dr GIVEN thatipursuant
LE.Ds 00. 3080. Travel raler . canr w Hnda07 Civic EX VOLVO'06XC90 Drt Bike Like new. V6 vortex, a/t, a/c. to a levy issued in
334-805-s16.s 3H8n DvL. ieeos c. 'Oe so0und-_yt.rm d aivercoues PO Ocean Race Edition 5ll under .arr sart. 160K mi., Exc. cond. the Circuit Court of
SSlldeO:,.Ldd. 58 m,. B . S W miles, $13,200 or ce#556 out of 800 man- . '0 or -t . . . $4,000 obo (D) 334- Jackson County, Flor-
6 C.LBuat I Like new. $20.500. bian, K i.aitr, c uaeTE. 2#f 80K n m5 ida on the 5th of Oc-n
S s Likene.20.500.4 Pathfinder 798-1768 (N)691-2987 tober,. 2009 in the
34r406d47555 24.0 3..93O. 3-8-12 Retaili or i 53.225. Kawasaki '08 Vulcan SE, Black, Auto. 43K Dodge '08 Quad cab, cause wherein Inno-
Crr -. - . . :$l0 Ln.o '.r Twill c ellfor iS31.7,0. 900 custom, 2400 mi. leather int., 3rd 5.7 Hemi, loaded. nations Federal Cred-
02 Chaparral Ski Cnlvrolet ',02 Cammro. , ti V 334-671.4124 miles, windshield, row seat, Like new. $16,500.334-796-8174 it Union, is plaintiff
19oaHP. 06 1r 6 ket. ObwL er459049 mC iEd . ..... sW00N ere$e1 6-500.34i and Gary Cosper, isd
l90HP. arage ept. i a v6 m : VW 0 Ne saddlebag, red. Re-00.334- $17 000. 334-897-0582 Dodge '98 Ram 1500nfendGary Cobeing
galv tra; Drop. . rId C. CD Turb.,. AT. unro 692-3337 or 796-5421 Xcab. $575 down 0% defeat, ber n7g
$17,300.334-726-2081,:,d 0-. - a.1 leaiher.tSuCD Cai; du r e t Interest Daylight Au- Case nNumber 07-
1999 17fooiAlumi m 1 Tt,,. rL ile. s Ette. runs great.0 69 7 o 7 2 to Financing. 1-800- 1CSe in said court,I
craft. 50 HP Mercur Franklin 05 Hertage fORD 05500 SLE. $50,:,, ,:,-,d.. HONDA '87 ACCORD celLent gas mleag. 47065 9am/9pm - I Louis S. Roberts, I Jaksn
trailer, trolling o- 40 w/2 slide outs Redgreatcon4K 334-79-2706 silverhatch back, $5,500. 334-790-2144 a u For '02 XLT CountyFlorida have
tor, depth find, live awnings, 2BR, arden mile at cs, 6C sound 41K 334-79-2706 p but ' d.r VW 06 Passat, load- - red, 4WD, Triton levied upon all the
well.d4S00h334-312- tub wih, g2ardM1en miles, 6b-CD sound - Re built muiropaS852 04,1202 gtctitleand.Anter-
well. $4500 334-312- tub with shower system $11,500 00OBO ,' . -. $8,f 34-8r.2819 d. blue/black, GPS,V8/5.4L eng, 104,168 right, title, and inter-
Fishertub1wit hpshowe r33-032er7 SUBURBANa'02u153KeV8/uC4L reng Cab,104,18 ight, ttled nter
011Mu4 s u W&DyCHA. Lodtsof 334-695-3550 .--n Lt - t f B. artalite radio, new UcRiN '.0215 mi. Super Crew Cab, est of the above
014 W&D, HA exttobra's 20K.e 34 35 ; 0 5 53- 'M i srte ", like new inside awar tZX14 $8,500 West Main Car good tires, tool box, named Defendante
extra's. $20K. 6/334- Mitsubishi r - -- id Honda 93 Accord. ut. 119K, moving Monster energyedi- ales LL 1919 $13,500.334-94-122 Gary Cospe, in and
347-4626/333-0309. Duro Cross, Crew ,r.r,,. d,:,or. cOIa oveieas. $12,000. to the following de-
--10 2 RJa co 08Eaglen el Ca$14,500. 334-791-00 .5 CorA.t t34-8- = u 3 D3. 04r d'0tion. pipes, 3 Rcer 4r ) 9-5 l wrt -

130 Sport, w/trailer, no smoking or ets ta. t. ..niar. n5.ra , e. 347-04; c' Blue derndhigh6334) 5 .r o
291RLTS,S5thpwheel $1n50.t34-788001r.4.98,010 flow air filter, low Tahoe 07' LTZ 55K MI. miles, manual,
-I.- lUck$140. mield$1e0,500. black w/ytan int. fully tires. $4400 OBO.

flip/flop br 460hgal'cuOol 9 334-791-4192 1ltie.w347r,45 i,|i5.'ii," .. 747.97 or25- L" " 'Ani;ouel -----er------0u IN # . obracs II
ry enginetrra i i, ng o i,', i 23.r"2 ? . B INFINITI O l 1 2 , N6n.a Like New 250R 21-24ft boat trl, new M - 1GTEK14K9PZ541474
m tor, dept finder, tS s 334e;93.20' 's' i .c-895 We9.) M in Cr Chevy 85 Silveradc. 3 ' ac t 3,50. mi. tires , ,$1 000 obo: ,-i
Bimini Top, $8,000. $3atra3- -t 8 k LLC 1919 CXmpletely reri e 6 a 13.995. 334-692-3211 256tr o -d365a-10328 a 7nd on th th da
,334-347-5511 Day, w Wet Man 8 Ste - E celleniI ,:',n.ndi;,:,rI Leave Mess 231 Massey Fergu- FORD 0 'In Om Lcri- of December 2009 at
l334-347-6045 N ig ht al c ol 3 4 7 1 195 dR d334' $ 2s k 469 488, 38 5 O ewne aI nt 1iO T u fu
0 ih 3 er4 re 5SUZUKI '93 nSX1100G son, 1541 hours, 38hp at, Loaded, 4x4, 5.4 the JacksonCount
2008wFisher1754, MKEYSTONECOU GAR"34619 $250C,'or trade for 4 with disc, $8500, V-8,8Tow Package, Sherifs Office, 4012
4Ohp mercury, 4- KEYSOE COARe . M, ConMB 1929 Gazelle kit wheeler 21K 714-9380' 334-792-8018 Lthn, sun root every Lafayette Street, Ma-
stroketr guie, , t '01, 1/2 Ton Towable F r p .D car ruand l.:,., -- B ushho h9044. field option. Like New i anna. Florida 32446
trolling mtr, Hum- Fifth Wheel; lots of - p 7' gr,.a.l$1.;75'). 33- . . "...i ready. ciir er kep. $r1,- 227 e- ir Jackson County
mingbird 565 TAC, up grades, very nice, u CHEVROLET 09 _n_,. i 59s 6-194 S'io l^ J,.___i O $t0,50 0OBO. 314 ' -i-'" Fi:rida. at the hour
bilge pump, live well, Reese hitch ic uded ,H20 d H .na >v... Malibu LT. remole- M-del A 3929. . 3 ..47-423 or 344 V .i 9.730 a.m. CST or as
334-7- Like new. $10,900 34-;93-0u95. 4 oor aom Jaguar i,2 ype \ 3.0 ecel1ent drvr, Ma.r . p*-:..ble, I will offer
ft Seaay7 $00OAO 850-718-5243. ddr,3mlo.ionN.LI.e v por $849amWeat 'a3ing s ke pCustomnsour:s, tlouh for -ibtle all of the saidr
obo No Motor. .- 2004 L ,, r1 ,u MERCU 8ral L c. 3T00482-o2 railer�8 �7,4. 'ra3 $llo79t ha
:- 256-365-0328 REDUCED Montana Towncar, Silver. New COrditn, silver Main Car Sates LLC $ 0 L08 4 o aeihdnt Gary
'05t5th Wheel, 4 Great Condition. ;85g-596-8475 Triumph atona 256-365-0328Cr.tte
exterior, charcoalin-1919esWestMainStEROpLET50FiST9Sport 591C9p$-r05rights,0title
* -m, slbedi N l e WDMABSaAlCi 3L4.5988 T i7 4Bke carbonexh.,nw FORD TW 15 Tractor Ford '68 F100 step interest, in the afore-
Bees4.hi)8hl -1n , CDM. ,,ru,:.. driver 'i.Ar tires, brakes, 334- w/cab, 14Ohp, exc. side, REDUCED, said property at pub-
-7r- arg p-.nrS PONTIAC 693- a9390 or701-588 cond. $12,100. obo MUSTSELL, runs tic outcry and will
Sabre by Palam-no rt,,aq , � .... P , 2 cultivator sold sep. great 18K mi. black, sell the same, subject
',-whea.'. - M , b tp PL. iS. PW ExcelEnt ir:odori. ,' ,. 'J 3"4 701 c.P MSTA 55,500 obo. to all prior liens, en-
i i08,28n schwheel : - $22.,,,f0., 90-I. 7'1i4' $. , i2u u0' OBO BLUE Wm '31 ,' ' " _ * a 314-6; 1-3772. cumbrances, and
carmper 3 slides,-793-005 door.o WI-i TE i Ing ) 0r 4 ierCLilliston 6000. :iEd judgments, if any, to
65"X16' Custom BuI$ mar, 0r8s-7185 cleanCheole. ..c. '' S p oi-it,9shelte it. FRDs,10 50 the highest and best
Skipper20neroHouse- sacrifice w' 529k 80hve $100or 3344,47-2572 au. s/, runbse & bCAid the proceds
boat. Estate Sae Ap- 593-5675 re. whi..uh LEXUS r 00 ES30u9 9 4 or$ . 334.442-85 V u. p l/pb, runs & dSdte o proceeds
p 5 224650028 REDUCED Monta 2010 McurySGrand trin, ,.,tra l,- r,, $"900 West Main'St TrMMpEY FrI,5-3uSr0o good. $2,500. to be applied as far
Selling @$2117,000 Motor Homes/RVs Marquia. Great Con- newtires$ a ls LC9esYamaha '0k Vma3 240 model '541 Hp 3asaybertothpay-
2808 _ 1 MP A2o334-792-8018 West Mai n Street0 s-"1iba
Dokred tPna e toan ONe O ec. -t - ,. edition in deisel tractorS $ t$5,900 FORD '77 F1of r sn
a bebl0roL 4 ( l e, excel. 305-766-8261 6cy. short wheels an
O knC e t n3 11b , Fnuns& 50,looks gthe sabtoisfcribneo
City 850-596-0167 sides,'6 334-793-0095 Beretta, $1200 Lincoln 99 Towncar . :: . a, a 98 c base, runs & ooks the above-described
Albo at.E sta teaale. bA p-ivnger3- 5. .75. : 334-596-0490 Cartier Edition, nice & Sn,l IsSy bar, vans good . $2,500.00. le a lli ed
Alumacraft06'16ft. sleeps 6, w/-living rm T0 2- T n,,- . 2K miles $6995 uar c over & trickle 334-735-5404 parties may view the
w/5oYamaha/GPS slidees,extras ChevyS 'i.-... ,, -4-793-S0095. , nger. 6.200.334- gd $i0 vehicles one half
loaded, exc. cond. $15,000.334-347-7976 nJ - 06 HO D-a Wide 333 54 r mail - ' our prior to sale at
$6,450080334-714- Concord Coachman C . '3i40- MAKE ME AN OFFER Chde.FXDWG. Bla':. rll.,,[ , :Co0am CST.

BassTracker'9in o long 2700mi, Take CHEVY el00 iTpa1l . e , .. 6'i 7 40 BUY ME 17198da. cc
16, 3hp mercury m- over pay ients.e50, 2006 Mercury se-5 .9. L,,. . erd, nie ihsnon .s l.b 4 c. $2,500 le al in thwisthe
st"r 1"'- i W. ruiscu disabilities act, per-
/ tor, 4 strokeconsole 593-5103 Mariner. Premier VS $120 c- 0hv . 334 ;'9i 2001 47025. 9.ought Rad.g.e r 1$ , . CHRY. SL- OTon R ineding special ac-
steering, 461bthrust Cruise Master- LE, '05, Must3el $14,300. Selll cu14n.- CHRYSLER 5 Toar, FOR 'F Rd
trolling motor, tilt & 36ft workhorse chas- 334-793-0095.� new- in 2On,5. ha o Io'
trim, fishing decks, ala 8.1 gas engine, chrystler ' '(, Pt' r,-rBur, '0 Pntego than 100s hrr. S2i0Hi: black. Mo.ry'i. Country iL. 55.0i'0' dump iruci. ,:ommodation to par-
fisher ID $7500850- 22k mi., no sink, 7kw r .- - it I,, Premier, loaded, 25 27 2 g 5000 miles. Vance mi, Loaded, Great cyl. 4 ap. $3,900 trade ticipate in this pro-
i Pr352-4274 gen. 3 soi, SAT, 2 TV, 2 334-7- t4 -r,6 MPG, 102K ml. 1 own- shape and well main- h Hines Exhaust Sys- cond. $8500. U 4x - eis oer cnI
Fisher '07171060 hp A/C, auto leveling; --,--, Co , er, Now $7990. Can taned. $4000. Buy tem. 4 helmets and1 334-677-3613. 8520, 334- 355-1202R th A.D.A. coon-
M erury 4 str, fully cam. Roadmaster see at Lemon Lot both for $5500. gel cushion. One Chrysler '95 Voyager, Ford '97 Ranger Ext dinator telephone

rhstr o lw/jeep, $59 60k without Low miles. Silver exc. cond., Y h '0 FZ I c & - " ' h in

S/S prop, Min-kota 850-352-2810 maining warr. 4 - - 2
12 volt trolling motor s $6500. 080 mi. 0 Rancher, Like New, . -5,s'n j.1" ,92-.. 2
humminoiRd Damon ' f ine -- 334 774-1915 i. black $14,500. Never in mud. Very --- 'l1.

seL Plus, loaded, mieas. $15,500. 334- $2,000. 334-6484985 & running condo. eo er , 7-4 -8P7 L �'. '

5r . 2'5 ,:,2 I i, ,,,,,,: . =:.rr i-i $ 17 ,00 0 . 3 34 -8 0 6 -7 19 0 5 2 0 0 m ile s. $ 9 ,5 0 0 . Y A M A H A 'O S V V -sta r , h ,te. i 1 . l.W r. .r

E L P T 4 S tro k e % o t ':r 5 " r - m [ I , '",' . ', , , ',' - -r.m 'H. r : 2 8 M E A C U R Y '5 8 G ra n d $ 1 1 ,0 0 0 . 3 3 4 -7 7 4 -3 6 6 3 2 5 0 m l ' i-S . - - --' - -id

used 7 times. Ail vid , -_- 1-.r-'-s i.ii". : 35 I ,.l 3. Marquis LS, gold w/ HARLEY Davidson'03i h- [ff L
equip incld.,00.r, 1-'- _______ tan int., well maint., RoadKing, 95" stage Srt_ _ " ' .' 'M. _'_ " Navislar'98 Eagle.
$10,750 asking S9.0-0 - "- r:,''. ri -a' OBO. 334-718-9472 cooler, many extra's .A ia s. r 9 .
OO. 907-687-i. . ry, r, Mitsubishii '07 Galant $10,500. 334-803-5008 Chevy '08 Yukon SLI, FORD -c E!hr equ',, I, f lel Antea
Playbuoy '9418 foot FORD '76 P. .rr $20h OBO 850-447 Like New! $200 down Harley Davidson '07 rear bucket seats, Co tnversion, 42K mi, equxcelpmenlt runningilded,
2 0 n0 hic0447b1$2000 04-
Pontoon boat unse bo 'iT,, . 60ood0 ,C,.r. I 20. L_,__1r, .1_ _4.1-_--$209 per month cs pRoadKing Classico, wer lift gate, 3rd new tires, dvd, s condition. $10,500.
Secrft-9L0f ouWdu r $onoftintedow n HoarldeyDCassidson,7 bseat, Lwhite, 12K 7go n.3081 cnditon503500o3
27t50. 334-5t,6502 $2,SrOnnee. to , n. One Owner, $18,0860. C- PviPn Ellis Excel., 6700 miles, miles, garaged bo 334-308-1112
Dual1768/334-701-5516 334-793-0095 . DVD since i bought looks 3000mi.Loaded.Lik perfect,xplorer $35,900. veFordy clean, allae Auto tans only 84 Econoline
brakeswh., runs laer-Ref- /Frez g', Nissan '05runs A retima, 2.5 334-369-8139 334-692-4124o r eady! $4,395.334- mi. Factory Warr.

well, very clean, w/Ice maker, Wter eth 10"' 62,300 miles, 4 door, and garage kept. black, excellent. 793-3494/333-1291 power windows, theitemsyou want,andifS
G at9 d 8 heterhyd'raulic rf .^ " 3 3sun 96 - au matictransJ f includes5sundowner wnhit etan inei1 . 'i9 CrWindted r�.ey hundCedssif aeds
S ." .' ",Skeeter,-wed9929Bass jacksmco850.-- e w i . -4334-797-76 3 $1800.'334-791-9099 sppes vyday

boat. 115HPMmotor /Mcrowa vn - aR . ' . I *utr mufflers $15 995L Ford t ilo.= Toyol" T"1 :*ma lviyturinslincssk ndbSt
s'm.c 34-7184071- *- .-'.1 2,9 33 - 0393-0064j D g50Chevy Tahoe '04 Z71. Ford '98 Windstar,-
0%5nte'o.Stlncen K-$4 7d the bargains hidden within
Ford 03' Explorer 4- NISSAN '06 Altima !p o.eSarlincean ea.gDyghtAuoe
door 109K mi. good Special Edition. $16,900.334-791-2812 nancigh1 800 470 ,t. . r the Clssified pages In tme

$7,200. 334-886-9065 0793 _ . * r '.r ag | dancing. 3471-800-470 tnancing 1-800-470 9Kmi.exc.cond Nnl iln
Supra '90TS6M TIOGA 04 Moto r . 62,300k, all power, Chevy Trailblazer 08' 06509am 9pm ur dy am/pmpowersteenglassifieds, you cantrack
CentearaConsol, boa0t Four-Wi-. , ' '.4,:,. -i , sunroof, tinted win- Harley Davidson '07 black, LS 31K mi. A/C GHi
comp, ski/wake Home 24ft w/slideout a 'LI .'. I.h d* i c reoad 3021 mKing Custo m, & Rear air ump, very clean, 850)526thing

520hrs, $8200OBO. Gen.,veryclean L.-,,l.d L ,g CLus.. . . 1 I. .r ,r, r ..,. i.c 3 3470402 OBO850-526-2491. top van. leather, Nissan 09'sTitan lS
334-796-342 4 $38,000334-687-96Excellent c 63 $21,3ond00ti334-79on3-00 Ford95 334-797-5051 om ntnce at deal Pearl Yellow, 6- as k for Tom 334-355-1118 ut t Cla tketo ail It's
Dual Axle T r. w/ 20K, New is, DVD . since i bought o 3000 m. Loaded. Like Ford '00 Explorer very clean, balgAuto trans only 5K easyto place'anad orfind
ueall , vef-ryFrcle..'"'' " good, and runs c grtl new! Always covered 4WD, auto, loaded, ready! $4,395. 334- mi. Factory Warr. and it's
brakes,wh., runs Player-Ref, /Frez 2001 ,.. , t- 62,300 miles, 4 oor, and garage kept. black, excellent- 793-3494 / 333-1291 power windows,
Great cond. $6,850. w/ce maker Water leather loaded sun 33496 96 automatic transmis- Includes'sundowner condition. no" tir.-
334-696-5505. heater, hydraulic nonf. $.?n.500n 34- - p- ''n. -.o.dn-st/-,bckrelstds,
keeter 99' Bass lacks, convection- ,_._ ,,, - t.-L r � ,.:.-,. ' -ri_. ax- --seat w/ backrest, ,I ' I i t"' F.,o'k$25,,1.'- ,.'-1142 shoppers everyday.
skeeter 99' Bass /microwave oven -., . ". u "r,, ,r , -r -,i ,1,,,te- windshield; rush.-1,9 ,______ o_ a ,_
wells, good cond. 334-718-0460, 718- .- est. Daylight Auto Fl PLYMOUrH ' n d pre runne all c,-ions
$7,200. 334-886-9065 0793 -w - , - ",r .il I. PL, Hond a '07 FFX 0650 9 am/9pm tow ing package, new 79K ml. exc. condo e!$ 4 C,7I0I -Y FLoO6 A
Supra '90 TS6M TIOGA '04 Motor [-d ,.,]P- . power steering must se l $14,700.i
board, greatash ap e. 7293 m iles 4K W O nan -,00: t '- '.. I ', ,,,,, , , , ,,, , '. 1,,"4i t '.- 7 .11E c $ red, 3021 m 0. O r a o n $4200526 - p u m , vowr m leagen3,7 5 0C cu ttetom e?
520 hrs, $8200 OBO. Gen., very clean c' ,-.-I Lii.- ,. ,_ _t -', r Oir,.,:r,,1a-k,,,,ail.c Exc. cond. $6,900. 0 8r50tond.6$49 00m 334 6875 or
334-796-3424 $38,000 334-687-9663 I $21,300 334-793-00951334-797-5051 oom ask for Tom 334-355-1118 Cllk tClifieds

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